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Championship liveblog: Patriots at Broncos

AFC Conference Championship

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Today’s crew his headed by Tony Corrente.

         Yr. Crew College Occupation
R 99 Tony Corrente 19    Cal State-Fullerton college officiating coordinator
U 121 Paul King 5 Vinovich Nicholls State school teacher
HL 79 Kent Payne 10 Cheffers Nebraska Wesleyan teacher
LJ 35 John Hussey 12 Hochuli Idaho State sales representative, retail logistics group
FJ 4 Craig Wrolstad 11 Hochuli Washington athletic director
SJ 97 Tom Hill 15 Winter Carson Newman teacher
BJ 119 Greg Wilson 6 Corrente USC law enforcement
  • Alternates: Bill Leavy (backfield), Rusty Baynes (line), Michael Banks (deep)
  • Replay official: Carl Madsen
  • Replay assistant: Gene Cunningham
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6 thoughts on “Championship liveblog: Patriots at Broncos

  1. If that was OPI against the Pats, why wasn’t it against the Broncos on the play where Welker hits Talib and injures him? ( ball in air Welker ducks down into Talib as he is coming across toward the ball).

  2. Big impact on game – the 2 (1 called) OPI calls – one took the Patriots out of FG range and the non-call kept the Broncos TD drive alive.

  3. The one most related to the position that went down.

    What is this crazed man-love for alts with this board? They have as much chance of getting in as I do getting a date with Kate Upton.

  4. MarK: Disagree that “those calls did not impact the outcome of this game” the OPI that was called took the Pats out of FG range early, and the non-call on Welker could have ended the Broncos first TD drive had it been called. Biggest play of game was Pats losing Talib for remainder of game.

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