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Active NCAA Referees

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Clay March 3, 2012 at 8:18 pm

Just wondering who J. Taylor is? He has been a ref for many Texas Longhorn football games. Does a good job.


Kenneth March 11, 2012 at 10:07 pm

the FJ on Cristal’s crew?

I don’t know much about the Big 12 crews, other than names. Its tough knowing much about college refs.


Billy Yates September 15, 2012 at 2:33 pm

NCAA refs, why are players with pants above their knees allowed to play in games. Even though they have all their pads, those knee pads do nothing at lower thigh level for their knees. PRO refs, NFL rules pants are to be worn below the knees. Pads are player option. ENFORCE. No wonder everyone tackles high in the pros, NO PANT PADS. ONLY SHOULDER/HELMETS to tackle! Starting to see this trend in high school football! Pads but pants above the knees. Please address. Talk! I’m concerned , but who am I. Just a fan.


mike wisenbaker September 29, 2012 at 7:46 pm

Im wondering if one of you could give me the right answer? using NCAA Rules. Our team is going for the two point conversion, our QB throws the ball to the one yard line, a defender steps in front of it, instead of running forward, he runs backward into the end zone. One of our guys tackles him in the endzone, what should be the outcome? would it be like a touchback and the ball brought out to the 20yd line and the opposing team would start there? Would we still make our two points since the defender was tackled in the end zone? Or is it dead and we only made our touchdown and we kick off to the other team? Could someone clarify?


Rex Howard December 1, 2012 at 10:47 pm

I want to start by saying that player safety needs to be a concern for all sports. However, I just saw a hit in the Nebraska -vs- Wisconsin Big 10 game and completely disagree with the call. If a Defensive player is in pursuit of the ball, as this play was, than you should expect to get blocked. In that play, I believe that the ball carrier would have been tackled if he wasn’t blocked. I can’t believe that a hit like that can happen when EVERY receiver is defenseless nearly every catch. You really need to look at EACH situation differently. I believe that each call needs to be reviewed by a senior officiator as every play is different.


Layne Smith October 19, 2013 at 12:35 pm

Safety first, but it’s football and the call against Ray Drew vs. Vanderbilt is getting petty. The rule should be more discretionary with senior officials reviewing each call.


c carson October 19, 2013 at 2:13 pm

The call on UGA’s Ray Drew was ridiculous! And the second call on #51 was too. I guess that now you can only tack w/ you fingers since shoulder pads are out!


cesar November 5, 2013 at 11:34 am

Where could I find ncaa football referee assaignment’s?? Anybody would really appreciate the help?


JW November 7, 2013 at 11:34 pm

It’s interesting as I watch the top teams the past few years, that I notice certain games and teams get all the calls. I’m assembling notes and more to come but this history of teams ending up exactly where they want them is at least 3 years in the making. Pull the stats for penalties in the top 10 ranked teams and the swing for certain teams to get to the top or remain there. Announcers always say ‘undisciplined’ players; however when you see a defensive pass interference call for one team after a jersey is held and the opposing team does that same thing (in front of the same ref) and it’s not called, you start to wonder. More to come as I release some interesting stats on specific games, refs, and match ups. Keep your eyes open as I am sure that my post will get removed.


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