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USFL Week 9 officiating assignments

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The USFL has one more playoff spot to be determined entering the penultimate weekend of the season. Games are moving back to Protective Stadium, after being played at Legion Field last weekend.

Here are the officiating assignments for Week 9 of the 2022 USFL season.

Game assignments

All games are played at Protective Stadium in Birmingham, Ala., and times listed are Eastern.

Saturday, June 11

  • New Jersey Generals vs. Michigan Panthers, 1 p.m. NBC Peacock — Alex Moore
  • Houston Gamblers vs. Birmingham Stallions, 6 p.m. USA — Larry Smith

Sunday, June 12

  • Tampa Bay Bandits vs. New Orleans Breakers, 4 p.m. Fox — Alex Moore
  • Philadelphia Stars vs. Pittsburgh Maulers, 7:30 p.m. FS1 — Larry Smith

Crews

Pro Seasons include AAF, XFL, and NFL (including those hired for the 2022 NFL season, marked with ★)

      Pro Seasons College Conference
R 49 Alex Moore ★ 2 SEC
U 50 Mike Morton ★ 4 ACC
DJ 85 Dale Keller 3 Pac-12
LJ 17 Brett Bergman 3 Big Ten
FJ 99 Lo Van Pham ★ 4 Big 12
SJ 73 Justin Larrew 3 SEC
BJ 81 Jacques Hooper 1 ACC

      Pro Seasons College Conference
R 19 Larry Smith 3 Big Ten
U 27 Adam Savoie 3 American Athletic
DJ 6 Ryan Hagan 1 SEC
LJ 2 Quentin Givens 3 Big 12
FJ 80 Daniel Gautreaux 3 SEC
SJ 9 Tuta Salaam 1 Big 12
BJ 37 Joe Johnston 2 Pac-12

Substitute from James Carter crew.

Assigned to all games:

  • Replay official: Mike Pereira (from the USFL Replay Center in Los Angeles)
  • Supervisor: Ron Baynes


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Ben Austro
Ben Austro is the editor and founder of Football Zebras and the author of So You Think You Know Football?: The Armchair Ref's Guide to the Official Rules (on sale now)

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