BERKELEY (CBS / AP) — California coach Jeff Tedford has been reprimanded by the Pac-12 Conference for criticizing officials days after a 36-33 overtime win at Colorado.

Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement Thursday that the league expects each “coach to adhere to our standards of conduct and to conduct himself or herself in a manner which will reflect credit on the institution and the Conference.”

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Tedford had said this week that officials incorrectly called a personal foul penalty on Trevor Guyton after the defensive end tackled Buffaloes running back Rodney Stewart at the end of a pass play. He said that Stewart wasn’t ruled down and no whistle had blown. The play extended Colorado’s touchdown drive in the third quarter Saturday.

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The league didn’t announce Tedford’s penalty.

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