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Byline: Tim Leighton
ST. PAUL, Minn. _ Right after Blake Hoffarber's bizarre shot in March, referee Mike Bronson immediately ruled that the overtime shot had beaten the buzzer.
But had Hoffarber, who was nearly flat on his back when he shot, just given Hopkins the Minnesota Class AAAA boys championship with a three-pointer? Or was Hoffarber not fully behind the arc, meaning the basket was worth two points?
Hopkins coach Ken Novak Jr. pleaded with Bronson to watch the TV replay. Bronson could not. It was against the rules.
It might not be for much longer.
The Minnesota State High School League's board of directors is expected to …