Pac-12 football officiating coordinator Tony Corrente elaborates on ASU-Wisconsin referee reprimand
On Monday, Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott reprimanded officials assigned to Saturday's Arizona State-Wisconsin game in Tempe for their handling of the final play. Confusion surrounded the Badgers' attempt to center the ball for a potential game-winning field goal in the last 18 seconds of the game, resulting in the clock running out before the kick could be attempted.
On Tuesday, Pac-12 Coordinator of Football Officiating Tony Corrente expanded on the reprimand, characterizing officials' response to the frantic final few seconds as "poor."
Pac-12 Networks' Mike Yam spoke with Corrente to get his interpretation of what happened, what could have been done better, and the Conference's process for reviewing football calls on a regular basis. Corrente's analysis, plus commentary from Pac-12 Networks' Football Analyst Rick Neuheisel, will appear in the next epsiode of Pac-12 Football Weekly Wednesday, September 18 at 7 p.m. PT on Pac-12 Networks.
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