Upon further review, instant replay in sports expands

Sacramento Bee - In fact, said Glenn Cummins, director of the Center for Communication Research at Texas Tech, the volume and quality of replay has so saturated TV over the past decade that fans now expect that defining look.

Midway through the fourth quarter of Wednesday night’s preseason game between the Sacramento Kings and Golden State Warriors, officials assessed a flagrant foul to Warriors forward Marreese Speights for apparently tripping the Kings’ Patrick Patterson. But they wanted to be sure.

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In fact, said Glenn Cummins, director of the Center for Communication Research at Texas Tech, the volume and quality of replay has so saturated TV over the past decade that fans now expect that defining look.

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