SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Pac-12 says it will make a public statement this football season on certain potentially controversial officiating calls as part of the conference’s efforts to provide more transparency.

The Pac-12 announced the communications protocol Monday, along with new replay officiating procedures. Both were in response to recommendations made by an outside review of the conference’s officiating.

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Statements will be issued on:

— Game-ending calls or no-calls impacting the result of the game;

— Calls involving a significant error in officiating mechanics;

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— Calls involving an error in rules interpretation;

— Other extraordinary circumstances.

Pac-12 vice president of officiating David Coleman will determine which calls meet the criteria. The conference also released its centralized replay manual , making clear that the supervisor of replay officials is the ultimate decision-maker on replay calls.

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