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Re: NSO Impartiality - When Does It End?
« Reply #15 on: September 09, 2010, 07:34:21 pm »
What about the ones whose job has no impact on the outcome of the bout? WFTDA recently seems to have decided that lineup trackers are NSOs, despite their job of recording lineups and penalty box in-outs having no impact on the outcome of the bout.

All that aside, I have no problem with refs, NSOs and Stats folks getting in the lineup for the victory (and/or the "thanks for playing!") lap. Sometimes I think we get our panties in budge over far too much. As for cheering or high-fiving, that's bad form.
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Re: NSO Impartiality - When Does It End?
« Reply #16 on: September 10, 2010, 09:12:03 am »
What about the ones whose job has no impact on the outcome of the bout? WFTDA recently seems to have decided that lineup trackers are NSOs, despite their job of recording lineups and penalty box in-outs having no impact on the outcome of the bout.

If they're wearing the same uniform as the other NSOs then they should behave the same.  Members of the crowd may not know the distinction between the line-up trackers and other NSOs so if they start looking partial to one team then it could affect the way the other impartial NSOs are perceived.

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Re: NSO Impartiality - When Does It End?
« Reply #17 on: September 10, 2010, 11:54:58 am »
Around these parts I'm pretty sure stats folks don't usually wear the same uniform as NSOs.
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Re: NSO Impartiality - When Does It End?
« Reply #18 on: September 19, 2010, 05:26:15 pm »
What about the ones whose job has no impact on the outcome of the bout? WFTDA recently seems to have decided that lineup trackers are NSOs, despite their job of recording lineups and penalty box in-outs having no impact on the outcome of the bout.
It only has "no impact on the outcome of the bout" until there's a penalty that needs to be assigned from a Pivot in a jam that just ended when everyone has already removed their helmet covers.  At that point, Line-Up Trackers, and the job they do, have a definite potential to impact the game.
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Re: NSO Impartiality - When Does It End?
« Reply #19 on: September 19, 2010, 11:54:05 pm »
yeah last game i head reffed i was chasing someone into the box inbetween jams when the lineup tracker came and told me she had the pivot cover on last jam, so i was able to get her in the box with the pivot cover as well, (a small thing yet still impact on the game)

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Re: NSO Impartiality - When Does It End?
« Reply #20 on: October 03, 2010, 05:02:20 am »
So Jared, do your referees do the same?

Yes, but the "high fiving" is part of the skate past by both teams, it's not to one team or the other.  It's a sportsman-like congrats to all involved.. Both teams, NSOs and Refs.   It's not part of team celebrations.

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