November 2nd, 2015 | by CollegeAD

In the wake of Saturday night’s Miami-Duke officiating fiasco, which prompted the ACC on Sunday to suspend both the on-field crew and replay officials, many are questioning college football’s seemingly archaic review system. Despite a nine-minute review, the official in the booth somehow failed to see that a Miami runner’s knee was down prior to one of the many laterals early in the play. Rogers Redding, the NCAA’s national coordinator of officiating, told FOX Sports on Sunday that he and the various conference coordinators had already been discussing whether to adopt a centralized replay model like those used by the NFL and Major League Baseball. -Stewart Mandel, Fox SportsRead More



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