5 observations from Super Bowl LII

Another season is in the record books, capped off by one of the best Super Bowls ever. Here are five officiating takeaways from the big game. Communicate! Twice we saw very close touchdown catches and twice we saw field judge Tom Hill and back judge Perry Paganelli communicate before going up with

Super Bowl LII liveblog: Eagles vs. Patriots

Follow us here and through the game for our live coverage of the calls and rules interpretations of Super Bowl LII from U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. This will conclude our coverage of our ninth full season at Football Zebras. Gene Steratore is the referee for Super Bowl LII. His all-star

Photo album: Let’s meet the Super Bowl LII crew

As you get ready for the big game, you can familiarize yourself with the Super Bowl LII crew courtesy of team photographers and Getty Images. Click on a photo to begin the gallery.   Gene Steratore Embed from Getty Images Roy Ellison Embed from Getty Images Jerry Bergman Embed from Getty Images Byron Boston Embed from Getty Images Tom Hill Embed from

Championship weekend remainders: Pereira interview and Riveron status

Embed from Getty Images We have just a few things to note from the Conference Championship weekend. Former vice president of officiating, Mike Pereira weighed in on playoff football and the NFL updated the status of current senior vice president of Officiating, Al Riveron. Pereira: Playoff teams use more discipline Pereira spoke on

Championship liveblog: Vikings at Eagles

2017 NFC Championship Follow us here for rolling coverage of the calls and rules interpretations of the NFC Championship game from Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. If you have any questions or comments, use the comments section of this post, or tweet us @footballzebras. Today’s crew is headed by Ed Hochuli.       Yrs 2017 crew College Occupation R 85 Ed Hochuli 28   Texas-El