College Football’s New Home: “Hotel Controversy”

One more entry to be filed under “college football officiating madness” (or “college football thought police”) for the 2014 season:

You can’t make this stuff up.

Hopefully, players will find creative ways to make the end zone a hotel of happiness… but not lead officials to litter their “hotel rooms” with more laundry. The potential for comedy is great. Unfortunately, so is the potential for that 15-yard penalty after a touchdown with 1:12 left in regulation which gives the other team a much better chance of kicking a tying field goal, shrouding a game in controversy.

Matt Zemek

About Matt Zemek

Matt Zemek is the managing editor of The Student Section, covering college football and basketball with associate editors Terry Johnson and Bart Doan. Mr. Zemek is the editor of Crossover Chronicles, covering the NBA. He is also Bloguin's lead tennis writer, covering the major tournaments. He contributes to other Bloguin sites, such as The AP Party.

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