Former NFL Referee Fires Back At Lane Kiffin After His Ref Comments On Monday
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Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin was not happy that his team was tagged with two targeting ejections in the first half of last night’s win over Louisville...

On Tuesday morning, former NFL referee and NBC rules expert Terry McAulay fired back at Kiffin...

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Well, the rules haven't been the same for 9 years, so I quit reading what he had to say after that point.
Reply9 days
Targeting is simply the worst rule in the sport. Football, like society, is becoming softer and softer. Disqualification for nonegregious, or intentional plays is asinine.
Reply9 days
See I thought what Kiffin said was funny. Pretty sure he meant it as humor. Ol Terry, he needs to put it in reverse. Back it up Terry
Reply9 days
McAulay just comes across as an a-hole. "You better not criticize a referee or we won't change the rules just to show you!" I have never seen a former referee EVER say another referee was wrong and these guys mess up calls all the time. McAulay is nothing but a schill.
Reply9 days
You know he's being serious when he uses 'all' three times in a sentence.
Reply10 days
it's actually very simple: See what you tackle and there will be no targeting. Not too long ago, the Tulane defender got paralyzed. The Rutgers guy too. And the Southern guy also. KEEP YOUR HEAD UP!!
Reply10 days
The unsimple part is every single running back lowers their head on contact and doesn't "see" who is tackling them. Every RB in America would be ejected on the first inside run if they called this consistently. That is the problem, they don't.
9 days
Terry needs to avoid Twitter right after he pops his Adderall
Reply10 days
Solid melt. Nice work, Coach.
Reply10 days
the 2 level makes sense, also how do they decide who gets to be an "FBS commisioner"? ncaa has some dark spooky cia stuff going on
Reply10 days
People really can't take a joke anymore....
Reply10 days
9 days
But he is an EXPERT, he'll have you know!
9 days
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