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Big Ten, MAC to Experiment with Instant Replay on Block/Charge Calls

Expanded instant replay is coming to college basketball on an experimental basis in 2016-17. According to Greg Johnson of NCAA.com, the Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved the use of replay to review block/charge calls in the restricted area. The rule is limited to only the Big Ten and Mid-American Conference in league games. Like the NFL, coaches can challenge a specific call but will lose a timeout if they are wrong and the call on the court stands.
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