I called Roger Redding's Office (he is the Head of SEC Officiating) and left him a very direct and plainspoken message. I suggested that he publicly acknowledge that his officiating crew made two horribly poor calls that helped decide the game for Florida. I told him that his crew's calls exceeded mere negligence and were clearly intentionally dishonest. I told him our young student-athletes won that game, but his crew stole it from them.
I've never made any call or voiced any complaint like that in my entire life, but yesterday's officiating was so blatantly dishonest I couldn't refrain. You CANNOT allow people to INTENTIONALLY wrong you OR others in life and allow them to get away with it.
I was hoping BP would show complete disregard for the rules governing post-game comments on officiating, by saying exactly what we know he wants to say and is thinking. I cannot believe the Dem-Gaz (other than Wally's article) didn't confront this issue.
Does anyone have the courage to speak out against intentional wrongs anymore?
Mr. Redding's number is 205-458-3000 (extension 3025).