Jameis Winston Wouldn't Take "No" For An Answer From That Official

In the third quarter of Florida State's 20-17 win over Boston College, Jameis Winston attempted, twice, to physically wrest an official out of the way so he could run a play. It was a weird moment, and per the letter of the law, Winston should have been ejected. But what the hell was actually happening? » 11/23/14 10:44am 11/23/14 10:44am

Spanish Player Hits Referee, Himself In The Face With Basketball

Unlike that tennis lineswoman, this basketball referee definitely has an excuse for crumpling to the ground after Sergio Llull of Real Madrid Baloncesto's errant pass bounds directly into his face. Llull even gets a taste of his own medicine when the thing doinks off the ref's head and into his own. » 10/28/14 1:40pm 10/28/14 1:40pm

Earl Thomas Says The Seahawks "Are Playing The Referees Too"

The Seahawks were particularly pissed about a single call, a late-game fumble that appeared to end up in the hands of Richard Sherman but which officials were unable to overturn because no replay angle conclusively proved possession. But safety Earl Thomas's comments hinted at some more general frustration with the… » 10/20/14 12:18pm 10/20/14 12:18pm

Baylor Has Touchdown Called Back, Then Restored, On Targeting Foul

The second offensive targeting ejection of the day came on a massive play for Baylor, locked into a tough fight in Morgantown. This call negated a Bears touchdown and resulted in the ejection of Baylor's Corey Coleman—but after video review, the hit was declared legal and the touchdown put back on the board. » 10/18/14 1:35pm 10/18/14 1:35pm

Baylor Beats TCU, With A Little Help From The Officials

A lengthy and mostly defense-free 61-58 battle between TCU and Baylor today ended with a Bears field goal that was set up by a pass interference call against the Horned Frogs. Was it a deserved flag? Maybe, but moments earlier TCU turned the ball over after a fourth-down play that ended in an awfully similar manner. » 10/11/14 8:51pm 10/11/14 8:51pm

Pac-12 Officiating Coordinator Tony Corrente Resigns

The Pac-12 announced Wednesday night that Coordinator of Football Officiating Tony Corrente resigned. The official explanation is "personal and professional reasons," and San Jose Mercury News reporter Jon Wilner's source told him that Corrente was not forced out, and that the resignation caught the Pac-12 by surprise. » 10/09/14 12:04am 10/09/14 12:04am