Courtesy of team photographers and Getty Images, enjoy photos of NFL officials in Super Bowl LIV. Click on a photo to begin the gallery
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The centennial NFL season is in the books. Wasn't the Hall of Fame game like a month ago? As we bring the curtain down on Super Bowl LIV, here are six officiating observations.
1. Bill Vinovich ran a good coin toss
What is it this year with captains and coin tosses? San
Follow us here through the game for our live coverage of the calls and rules interpretations of today's Super Bowl from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.Â
Bill Vinovich is the referee for Super Bowl LIV. His all-star crew includes:
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3 WC, 5 DIV, 4 CC
As we get ready to enjoy Super Bowl LIV, here are six things I've noticed about the crew.
1. Experience counts
Since Super Bowl XXXIV in January 2000, this is only the sixth time where more than half of the crew had at least one prior Super Bowl under its belt. On
Check out the photo gallery featuring the Super Bowl LIV officiating crew. Many thanks to team photographers and Getty Images. Good luck to the crew and may no one talk about you after the game.
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Last week, Football Zebras broke the news of the seven men selected to officiate Super Bowl LIV to conclude the centennial season of the NFL. This crew will be making history on Feb. 2 in Miami, as the Super Bowl crew will be the first majority African-American
Football Zebras exclusive
Football Zebras has confirmed that Bill Vinovich will be the referee for Super Bowl LIV in Miami.
Vinovich, 58, is currently in his 14th season and 11th as referee. Super Bowl LIV will be Vinovichâ€™s 14thÂ postseason assignment, including 3 Wild Card Playoffs, 5 Divisional Playoffs, 4 Conference Championships. This
Football Zebras analysis
Every year, we try to sift through the tea leaves and narrow down the likely candidates for the Super Bowl. Given a combination of factors in previous years, once we were correct in December, other times we were a little guarded in the second week of the playoffs,