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Mike Carey gets call wrong on overturned fumble (Video)

This has not been a good year for Mike Carey. The former NFL referee is now the rules expert for CBS and has been called upon for interpretations and analysis during challenges and other calls throughout games, much like the way Mike Pereira does for FOX. The only difference is Pereira usually gets things right,...Read More
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Pereira: Sorting through the wild finish at the end of the Rams' win over Seattle

There are 954 miles between the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis to the NFL league offices in New York. Those in attendance in Missouri were probably happy during the Seahawks-Rams game that it wasn't stopped to look at a critical play with one minute remaining in the game on FOX Sunday afternoon. Those in Seattle, probably not so much. Welcome to the world of replay. First,...
Via Fox Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL on FOX rules analyst Mike Pereira breaks down Sunday

It's no secret that officiating has been a hot talking point all season. With FOX Sports rules analyst Mike Pereira on hand, follow all of the questionable rulings and flags thrown on Sunday. Pereira, who retired as the vice president of officiating in 2009, offers an informed look on Week 7's slate. Stick around, you might just learn a thing or two. (Note: You should see...
Via Fox Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Former NFL VP Of Officiating Mike Pereira On End Of FSU vs. ND: “It Was The Right Call”

If you somehow missed it, the end to Saturday night’s game between Florida State and Notre Dame was highly controversial. The Irish scored what appeared to be the go-ahead touchdown with just 13 seconds to play, but had it called back for an offensive pass interference call on sophomore wide receiver William Fuller. The call was tough to swallow for Notre Dame fans, many who believe...
Via College Spun
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Texas A&M’s Nick Harvey disqualified for hit on Dak Prescott, good call or not?

Did the punishment fit the crime? What do you think? Our editor doesn’t agree with the ejection… An ejection is way too harsh in A&M-MSU. — The Student Section (@TheStudentSect) October 4, 2014 There’s a place in football 4 targeting-based ejections, but that place is 4 players who make patently dirty plays, not just late/head hits. — The Student Section (@TheStudentSect...
Via Bloguin Best
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Carey’s CBS debut was a little stiff

CBS Sports finally went the Mike Pereira route this year by hiring a full-time former official to be their rules expert.  Former referee Mike Carey made his debut on Sunday… and it’s apparent he has a ways to go before he becomes as comfortable on TV as Pereira. Here was his first interaction with the top broadcast team of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms from the CBS studio.  As far...
Via Awful Announcing
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Mike Pereira analyzes Week 12 calls

Nothing like a little home cooking in the deep south. You've got your fried chicken, biscuits and gravy, black-eyed peas ... and your scoreboard clock time operator at the Georgia-Auburn game. Here was the situation: Georgia was playing at Auburn. Georgia had the ball, first-and 10 at the Auburn 20-yard line with six seconds left before halftime. Auburn led 27-7. Georgia quarterback...
Via Fox Sports
November 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Mike Pereira: Badgers should have gotten another play

I know you've all seen or done this . . . You're driving and there's a crash on the other side of the road and you can't help but look. And sometimes what you see can make you sick in the pit of your stomach. Well, there was a train wreck Saturday night in Tempe at the end of the Wisconsin-Arizona State game. While there was much confusion on the field -- and blame...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
September 15, 2013  |  Discuss

NFL could adopt NCAA ejection rule according to Mike Pereira

The NFL is a copycat league, and as it turns out, that may actually apply to officiating and not just Xs and Os. This season, college football is introducing a new rule in which players will be ejected for targeting an opponent with a blow to the head. The message is clear. The NCAA is trying to make the game as safe as possible, and it’s a rule that former head of NFL officiating...
Via This Given Sunday
July 26, 2013  |  Discuss

11/14/12 - Mike Pereira

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November 14, 2012  |  Discuss
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