issue with the college review of targeting is, they can't overturn the Personal Foul Penalty, even if the replay shows that there was no foul! All they review is should the player be ejected or not.
Full time officials are not the answer, however there should be an additional "administration official" on the field who runs the official clock, and is the back-up official for ref injuries...why the hell are there no back-up officials?
At issue is technology now allows us to watch, re-watch, and see every mistake 40 million times and discuss it ad nauseum. In the old days (get off my lawn!!!), it was just the fans who were there who knew they got jobbed by the refs, now everyone sees it.
In regards to correct calls on the field, the 4.5% is used a lot, and I guess my question is this: 0% error is not realistic, so what is your realistic ref error? 5% error on the typical 150-200 plays a game is 7-10 plays where there are errors. Is that not unreasonable for the speed at which this game is played?
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