Officials

E mail TSN then and ask why they dont use more
cameras. Or do you want the league to buy some cameras and full time film crew also???

As long as you have humans as refs, there will be human error. I thought the refs did okay tonight, with a couple iffy calls for either side.....it happens.....move on.

:lol: :lol: Playmaker needs to watch less CFL football and more of that funny game down south! Should the reffing be improved? How? Full time refs! I doubt this would have an impact there would still be many people complaining about the job they do! Why is it newbees like to change the CFL. You do not like the game and the reffing simply do not watch!

Full time refs! Name a league that has full time refs and fans think they do a great job. It won’t happen because you can not please both sides with your calls. :lol:

REFS COULD BE BETTER, THEY WERE MAKING REALLY STUPID MISTAKES TONIGHT IN HAMILTON! LIKE GETING THE CALL WRONG (5 YARDS TO 10 YARDS).

Kanga it appears that Playmaker88 would like you to tell him about your AP idea. I imagine you should do this by Pming him because we all have discussed this at length and do not need to go over this material again. But I am sure he is looking forward to it!

FYI the NFL refs are part time too. They all have jobs besides officiating.

While looking to see about NFL refs I came across this site

http://www.provencehome.org/refsuck/

NFL REFS SUCK

Dedicated to exposing the worst officials in all of professional sports

last updated 8/11/06

This on too

http://www.nflrefssuck.net/

This one is old but interesting

http://bengals.enquirer.com/2002/12/12/wwwbadcalls.html

So anybody who wants to compare CFL refs to NFl refs better think again

now as for them being part time.

http://www.nfl.com/news/2001/officials_082801.html

As of 2001
Under the offer, an official entering his fifth season who made $42,295 last year for regular-season and preseason games, plus various meetings and clinics, would make $62,103 in 2001. In 2003, he would earn $84,470.

An official entering his 10th season who made $64,215 last year would be paid $95,000 this season and $128,400 in 2003.

not bad in my books.

Not bad for part time numbers.... I think I'll start running laps around the lake and send George Black an application. :wink:

I wonder if being over 60 is a detterent to the league? :wink: