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 Jun 12, 2007 - 09:00 AM - by Michael
* NCAA: no liveblogging allowed

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Apparently a liveblogger on his laptop was tossed from an NCAA game for blogging about it:

The Courier-Journal said that the University of Louisville sent out a memo from NCAA manager of broadcasting Jeramy Michiaels, prior to Friday's game. The memo said, in essence, that no blogging was allowed during the game.

But Bennett had not been approached after live-blogging previous games in the playoffs.
Way to go NCAA... blow your chance for more exposure.
 

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