Bill Lemonnier

Bill presently serves as a Referee for the Big 10 Conference as well as the Arena Football League.  In his 15 seasons with the Big 10, Bill has been honored with 12 Bowl assignments.  These include the Fiesta Bowl, the Orange Bowl, the Cotton Bowl, the Holiday Bowl, the Pigskin Classic, the Texas Bowl, the GMAC Bowl and the Independence Bowl.
 
Bill has worked 8 seasons in the AFL and served as the referee for Arena Bowl XVII, and also worked the 2007 World Cup of American Football Championships in Kawasaki, Japan.
 
Bill presently serves as an Officiating Consultant for USA Football.  An outreach group sponsored by the NFL Youth Foundations, USA Football assists youth football organizations across the country with league organization, coaching, player safety and officiating.

Comments

  1. Jevon Murphy says:

    Bill…I am interested in becoming a Big Ten official, how would IF go about doing this? Can or are able to help me with this?

  2. Damon Brown says:

    Mr Lemonnier hey I remember you was the gym teacher at Fieldcrest in Oak Forest !!!

  3. You officiating crew was horrific at the 2014 Cotton Bowl. All of you should resign or be suspended for all of 2014. The worst called game in my years of attending College Football Games.

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  5. Mr. Lemonnier,
    The last I knew, it was illegal for an offensive player to push, pull, drag, throw, or carry the ball carrier to keep him up or advance him forward. I see it every game I watch, especially at the goal line. Why is it never called?

    Thanks,
    Shawn