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Oregon State player ejected for tripping referee

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  1. Clutch

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    Beavers' Jarmal Reid faces Pac-12 review after ref trip, ejection

    Oregon State forward Jarmal Reid tripped a referee and was ejected with 2:56 left in the Beavers' 59-53 loss to the Utah Utes on Sunday night in Salt Lake City.

    Reid fell to the floor when a Utah player, lunging for the ball, seemed to bump the Oregon State forward as he dribbled out from the paint.

    Reid complained that there was no foul call, and while he got up, it appeared he made eye contact with the referee and stuck his right leg out. The ref tripped and stumbled to the court.

    Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott is expected to review the incident Monday.

    Oregon State coach Wayne Tinkle said he would be looking more closely into the sequence of events.

    "I will have to review and discuss the entire play with Jarmal," Tinkle said. "Obviously, we don't -- ever -- want to shed a negative light on our program or university, or conduct ourselves in any manner other than first class, on or off the court."

    Reid was assessed a Flagrant 2, and Brandon Taylor made the free throw to give Utah a 53-52 lead. The Beavers were outscored 6-1 the rest of the way.

  2. OTMax

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    Hahahaha that's awesome :grin: surprised it has never happened in the NBA or has it?
  3. leroy

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    I read about this on msn.com earlier today. I went to check the comments section to see how many posts it would take before he was called "ghetto", "thug", or that "he should be sent back to the ghetto".

    The answer is 1. The first post.
  4. J.R.

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    Oregon State suspends Jarmal Reid at least 4 games for tripping referee


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