Major Conference Announces Its Officiating Will Be Reviewed

first_imgA referee signaling a touchdown during a Florida Gators game.(Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)A major conference has announced that it its officiating will be reviewed by a third party in the offseason.Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott announced on Saturday that the conference’s officiating for football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball will be reviewed.“We’ve done that from time to time,” Scott said of football. “I thought it was an important time to bring in an outside group.”Scott added that they will be doing similar reviews for men’s and women’s basketball.“I’m constantly looking to improve (our conference’s officiating,” he said.Larry Scott said there’s going to be an external review of men’s and women’s basketball officiating in addition to football.— Ben Bolch (@latbbolch) March 17, 2019Here’s his full explanation:Larry Scott said that he brought in a third party to analyze @pac12 officiating for football and plans to do the same thing for men’s and women’s basketball. pic.twitter.com/zam1S6ELV2— Daily Wildcat Hoops (@WildcatHoops) March 17, 2019The Pac-12’s football officiating in particular has come under some scrutiny in recent seasons, especially during 2018.Pac-12 fans can take solace in the fact that their conference is looking to improve it.last_img

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