Discussion in 'Vols Football' started by CardinalVol, Dec 30, 2021.

  1. Volokie

    Volokie Active Member

    I'm glad he didn't say much about the officials screwing us over, that's the kind of thing that speaks louder when someone else is saying it for you....and a lot of 3rd parties have said it.
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  2. Memtownvol

    Memtownvol Member

    We’ll probably get the SEC crew that worked the Ole Miss game in Knoxville.
  3. InVolNerable

    InVolNerable Fark Master Flex

    P.P.S. Post-postscript. Not P.S.S. (post script-script).

    Agree with everything else. Why the [uck fay] do we get [uck fay]ing Rodgers for everyone of our games? And when it's not that [uck fay]ing douche-canoe, we get McElroy. A guy right there on his douche level.
  4. Poppa T

    Poppa T Vol Geezer

    When we start winning, they will let the honors go to high dollar douche-canoes.
  5. Volokie

    Volokie Active Member

    I live for the day when officials crews have a transparent accountability in the conference, and we get our pound of flesh watching them get publicly hammered for bad calls.
  6. InVolNerable

    InVolNerable Fark Master Flex

    It makes absolutely zero sense for professional referees in every sport to be so shielded.

    Not only do they not have to speak to media about anything (media only has access to the head officiate, and they aren't allowed to ask them about judgement calls. Lol, wut?), but players/coaches/team officials/etc. can't criticize anything they do without being fined. How in the [uck fay] did they all get such a cushy deal while simultaneously doing such a horrendous job?
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  7. IP

    IP "You don't know what it is like in our universe."

    It is also making the response/view of referees more vitriolic. We all hate them because they are beyond reproach. If a guy or gal had to sit there at a table drinking a bottle of water, answering questions about how they could possibly decide no foul occurred in instance A but one did in B, and them just basically say "I guess I [uck fay]ed up," it would go a LONG way. Just acknowledging it.
  8. SetVol13

    SetVol13 Contributor

    Jim Joyce screwed up that Detroit pitcher’s perfect game several years ago and the players immediately defended him. That’s because he was a good dude and he immediately apologized after the game.
  9. NorrisAlan

    NorrisAlan Founder of the Mike Honcho Fan Club

    YES! He even went to the dude the next day and apologized, if I am not mistaken.
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  10. InVolNerable

    InVolNerable Fark Master Flex

    Amazing what no excuses and taking accountability will get you in terms of respect. Doesn't [uck fay] around at all with taking full blame
  11. IP

    IP "You don't know what it is like in our universe."

    Reasonable people all understand there will be mistakes and misses. But if there is accountability, one doesn't wonder if they aren't "mistakes" after all.
  12. Volgrad98

    Volgrad98 Contributor

    If accountability in officiating were a thing, I would really love to hear how some of these refs justify the calls made on the field. Following sports for a long time, you realize some calls are made to make up for blown calls missed or made earlier in the game. But some calls are just utter WTF moments. Those are the ones I want to hear about.
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  13. JohnnyQuickkick

    JohnnyQuickkick Calcio correspondent

    Like Matt Corral’s forward progress being stopped or something
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  14. Volokie

    Volokie Active Member

    Sankey could lead the college sports world into a proposal of an officials accountability and transparency order with camera technology. But the same old money luminaries that love traditional bowl games loves traditional invulnerability for officials. It’s like the Masonic good ole boy network, we protect our own.

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