“What good does it do?”

Vandy’s Robbie Caldwell gets Reddinged.

The SEC’s gotten so used to acknowledging officiating gaffes that it now passes on apologies from other conferences.

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6 responses to ““What good does it do?”

  1. Biggus Rickus

    The worst part is also mentioned by Caldwell, “The same people will be working the games.”

  2. Dog in Fla

    “What good does it do?” will become Robbie’s signature response to the bad calls made against Vanderbilt each game as he puts on a latex glove and looks for something to artificially inseminate.

  3. Go Dawgs!

    I hope they made some sort of an announcement at the library, so the student body could be aware of it.

  4. Macallanlover

    Officiating in the SEC has been a source of embarassment for years and Slive seems incapable of dealing with it, indeed, I am not sure he even understands it. As much revenue as football brings in, this should be a priority of the Presidents and ADs who are the only ones that can exert pressure on Slive.

    Forget the subjective, vindictive problems that can be debated, the pure incompetence must be addressed first. Inconsistent, pathetic calls abound in conference games and bowl games where SEC officials are involved. Time to step up to this.