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|Referee Fred Swearingen confers with his crew,particularly with umpire Pat |
Harder and back judge Brian Burk, the ... Swearingen phones the press box, asks
to speak to NFL Supervisor of Officials Art McNally, then emerges to throw up his
|NFL Football in the Rowdy, Reckless '70s: the Era that Created Modern Sports |
Kevin Cook. you're looking at,” Flores ... Back judge Adrian Burk signaled
touchdown, but referee Fred Swearingen could overrule him. Swear— ingen
|The Raiders argued that Fuqua touchedthe ball,and NFL rulesatthattime didnot |
permit consecutivetouches byoffensive players.If theofficials ruled that Tatum
battedthe ball,itwould bea touchdown. Referee Fred Swearingen, after consulting
|Pick# NFL Team Player Position College 241 Green Bay Packers Dave Smith |
Back Ripon 242 Chicago Cardinals Dale ... 251 New York Giants Fred
Swearingen Guard North Carolina 252 Baltimore Colts John Hernstein Back
|PITTSBURGH'S 16-6 SUPER BOWL WIN OVER MINNESOTA IN JANUARY |
1975. Nonetheless, referee Fred Swearingen went to a sideline phone and
called NFL supervisor of officials Art McNally in the press box. McNally looked at
a replay ...
|Butas the host ofFox NFL Sunday, Bradshaw doesn't hesitate tocriticize modern |
quarterbacks for their lackof playcalling. “Please define great for ... REAL
COWBOYS? NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle disagreed withofficial Fred
|The Wildest Stories and Craziest Characters the NFL Has Ever Seen Jonathan |
Rand. known better than to let ... Field judge Fred Swearingen had the dubious
distinction of making the first big blown call in a Super Bowl. During the fourth ...
|My 75 Years with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the NFL Dan Rooney. begin Super |
Bowl XIII. In 1983, when he died at ... But Fred Swearingen, the field judge, threw
a flag and called Barnes for tripping. Coach Tom Landry protested, claiming ...
|NFL rules forbade an offensive player from catching a pass if another offensive |
teammate had already touched the ball. ... Back judge Adrian Burk signaled a
touchdown when Harris crossed the goal line, but referee Fred Swearingen did
|Harvey Martin called the Steelers “very lucky”2 for cashing in on the Cowboys' |
flubs, and pretty much everyone spoke of Fred Swearingen as the devil incarnate
. A few days later, the NFL office felt compelled to clarify that the call was incorrect
|Referee Fred Swearingen tentatively signaled that Tatum, not Fuqua, had |
touched the ball, which meant the play would ... and ran into the baseball dugout
to find a phone, where he placed a call to Art McNally, the supervisor of NFL
|Anyone with even thefaintest sense of NFL history knows what happened next,or |
at least whatthe NFL “officially”said happened next. Bam!Tatum drove ... Referee
Fred Swearingen never signaledthat itwas a touchdown. Instead, there wasa ...
|Harris chugged down the left sideline and scored one of the most improbable |
touchdowns in NFL playoff history. At least ... referee, Fred Swearingen, talked it
over with his supervisor, he returned to the field and signaled — drum roll, please
|How an Enthusiastic Approach Changed Everything for the Most Colorful |
Referee in NFL History Red Cashion, Rusty Burson ... The referee of our crew,
Fred Swearingen, would lead the discussion as the film played and would tell
each of us, ...
|Before Fred Swearingen, the referee, ruled the touchdown official he checked |
with Art McNally, the NFL supervisor of officials, who had watched the televised
replay in the press box and confirmed Swearingen's observation that a defensive
|Thatbasically wasup to NFL supervisor of officialsArt McNally, whowas in the |
Steelers press box,and theonfield officialscalled himupthere to get the correct call
. ... To get to that point, referee Fred Swearingen calledforan officials' conference.
|... NFL head of officials,was on the field phone to the official, Fred Swearingen. |
Next to himwas theSteelers' Dan Rooney, urging ArtMcNally to rule thatit was
alegal play.The call on thefield stood, andtheRaiders lost. Kenny Stabler
|An NFL executive said, “There's a lady downstairs whosays she's your wifeand |
she's losther ticket.” I said, “Somebody's playing a trick. ... And then it had Field
Judge Fred Swearingen and his yellow flag. 1980 SUPER BOWL. PASADENA.
|Referee Fred Swearingen consulted with his officiating crew, then he went into |
the baseball dugout and got on the telephone with Art McNally, the NFL's
supervisor of officials. In the press box an announcement was made that officials
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