Join N&O sports columnist Luke DeCock and veteran NCAA official and former ACC director of basketball officiating John Clougherty as they explore the world of officiating on The Whistleblowers, a new podcast that debuted Jan. 3.
The debut edition features a discussion of the block/charge conundrum, how officials approach Grayson Allen’s serial tripping and (maybe) the most famous foul ever called in an NCAA tournament game -- Clougherty’s 1989 foul call on Seton Hall’s Gerald Greene that sent Michigan’s Rumeal Robinson to the free-throw line to win the national championship.
The Whistleblowers will be available on iTunes soon. Users of other podcast apps can find the RSS feed by clicking here.
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