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N.J. official seeks probe of Rutgers-Tenn. game

There are 3 comments on the Baltimore Sun story from Mar 20, 2008, titled N.J. official seeks probe of Rutgers-Tenn. game. In it, Baltimore Sun reports that:

A New Jersey lawmaker wants the NCAA to investigate the Rutgers-Tennessee women's game won by the Lady Volunteers amid a dispute over whether the clock paused, allowing a foul and game-winning free throws.

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Jerry

Totowa, NJ

#1 Mar 20, 2008
I think New Jersey has bigger problems these days than how much time was left in a basketball game.
Sheri

Fairhope, AL

#2 Mar 21, 2008
What in the world does our government have to do with college sports? What did they have to do with the Patriots video scandal, or even steroids in professional baseball? Havenít we hired these people to run our democratic government, not sporting events? Iím outraged and would like to collectively let our congress know that they need to get back to work!
Dan

Butler, OH

#3 Mar 27, 2008
Who cares this if court orders sports. Boooooorrrrrrrrinnnnnnggggg.

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