SEC Shorts – SEC referee Take Your Daughter to Work Day

SEC Shorts – SEC referee Take Your Daughter to Work Day

It was a tough weekend all around for SEC officials as huge missed/blown calls were prevalent in several games. Oddly enough, it was also time for SEC officials to do their annual Take Your Daughter to Work Day.

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24 Responses

  1. BlimpCityFeeder says:

    Glad to see the next generation continue to prosper. I’m surprised there was no follow up coverage by the Auburn Tree. Lol.

  2. Alexis Isana Rieka says:

    You can’t convince me that girl couldn’t ref better than most of the actual officials we saw this week

  3. Joel ‘DJ Juice’ Rodriguez says:

    In all seriousness there should be a performance chart for these refs so they don’t mess up that much, and if they do they get the chop 🪓

  4. Mitchell Ellis says:

    The refs this weekend was absolutely abysmal. Its a shame that bad officials can completely ruin games.

  5. Wes Wiltshire says:

    Didn’t even bring up the State Memphis game. Perfect opportunity

  6. Joe says:

    “I forgot the down”
    “Just put it on 4th”

  7. ScallywagBeowulf says:

    How the refs from the games this weekend aren’t out of a job yet, is a myth to me. Especially the ones at the State-Memphis game, WHEN THEY SAID THEY MESSED UP.

    I swear, there’s not going to be anything done about it. It’s absolutely stupid.

  8. jerseydevs2000 says:

    When Penn State wins and their fan still throws the rest of his drink at you… you might be an SEC referee.

  9. OccasionalGamer says:

    SEC refs are an embarrassment to the nation. That “backward pass” by the Auburn quarterback when he downed the ball against Arkansas last year is case in point. It was a fumble, plain and simple.

  10. Dam says:

    That first down that was given reminders me of SC and Michigan’s bowl game right before Clowney recovered a fumble after that massive hit. Not sure which crew worked that game though.

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