Friday, March 18, 2011;
In the March 12 Sports article "The clock strikes for Virginia Tech," Mark Giannotto wrote that a Florida State player "hit what appeared to be a game-winning jumper as the buzzer expired . . . ." Poor buzzer; may it rest in peace. I wonder how a buzzer expires: Does it give one last little "buzz" and then is never heard from again? The usual term for a game-ending event is that it occurred as "time" expired.
Roger Hartman, Annandale