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USC's Tim Floyd punished only on YouTube

February 18, 2009 |  9:30 am

The Pac-10 will take no disciplinary action against Tim Floyd after his ejection from Sunday's game against Arizona State. The USC basketball coach went ballistic after officials seemed to make conflicting calls on an important play in the final minute of the game. Palestra.net had its cameras rolling:

A look at the TV broadcast shows that USC probably should have gotten the call, and that Floyd didn't appear to brush into the officials (a hot rumor in the halls of Wells Fargo Arena after the game). It also shows that the trail referee never finished a foul signal against ASU. Overall, it was a lose-lose situation -- unless you're a Sun Devils fan.

The Pac-10 also will not take any action against Daniel Hackett, who was involved in the play and later said that the team calls referee Dave Hall "No-Call Hall."

-- Adam Rose

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