Reversing several centuries of accumulated wisdom, the NFL ruled Monday that two wrongs sometime do make a right.
The Pac-12 and Mountain West conferences are teaming up to collaborate on men’s basketball officiating, putting longtime Mountain West coordinator Bobby Dibler in charge of the programs and of managing a pool of top national and regional officials.
There were only seven penalties called in the Super Bowl Sunday, despite other obvious infractions. “Did someone see (a penalty) and not call it, or did the official not see it,” Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
San Francisco coach Jim Harbaugh started by saying he wanted to handle the 49ers’ 34-31 loss to Baltimore in Super Bowl XLVII with class and grace. Then he proceeded to rip the officials for several bad calls.
12 penalties for 117 yards. After Sunday’s victory in Minnesota, Oakland Raiders’ coach Hue Jackson expressed frustration with the officials. So what else is new?