I was on ESPN.com this morning and noticed the most recent "Knight Watch". This time Coach Knight talks about the lack of traveling violations being called by officials. I have alluded to this before in a previous posting, but the coach is absolutely right. Especially in the CAA, the traveling violation is not called. In the game Drexel vs. Hofstra at the Mack Arena, the officials did an amazingly poor job in not calling traveling violations. In fact, Hofstra coach Tom Pecora got a technical after yelling at an official "That's a f___ walk!" If you watch this Knight Watch, look for his example of a no walk call with Tyler Hansborough. Hansborough clearly takes FIVE steps on one play vs. Michigan State with the official looking right at the play. Holy cow! Coach Knight is right. The lack of a call here and there can result in the difference in a game. With all the usually close CAA conference games there are, CAA officials especially need to start calling the walk.