- Sep 28, 2010
- Reaction score
- BGO's Official Resident "Tech Dummy"
I thought the same thing. I don't think Anderson had multiple personal fouls either, so that reasoning was ruled out.I still don't get that ejection. Well, let me state it this way. If that is an ejection then the hit on Quinn, who is in a much more vulnerable position and has defenseless player protection, should also warrant an ejection. Olsen doesn't have defenseless player projection since he's a runner. Not to mention he lowered his own head when the contact was coming making the hit worse. Again, I'm not saying that the hit on Olsen shouldn't be an ejection, but a worse hit should then also be an ejection.
So the only reasonable explanation I could come up with, is it being due to the "star power" of Olsen, far exceeding that of Quinn.