Common Sense Officiating (sports).
Common Sense Officiating (sports)
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It's the rules that are critical to fair play and competition. It's the referees that enforce the roles and make the games they officiate of·fi·ci·ate
v. of·fi·ci·at·ed, of·fi·ci·at·ing, of·fi·ci·ates
1. To perform the duties and functions of an office or a position of authority.
2. To serve as an officiant. fairly played with respect to who wins or loses. Dave Gambridge draws upon his many years officiating in highschool and college basketball College basketball most often refers to the American basketball competitive governance structure established by the National Collegiate Athletic Association, or NCAA. History