And your Super Bowl Referee Is?

As you know, we’ve already known for quite some time now about who’s going to play in the Super-Bowl. But we’re waiting on word for who would be officiating the game. The wait is now over.  The NFL announced  Wednesday that John Parry will be the referee for Super-Bowl XLVI. Parry worked the Super-Bowl between the Colts and Bears as a side judge, but this will be his first time in charged of the whole enchilada.  As you might expect, the rest of the crew is made up of men who received top grades at their positions. They are the following: Carl Paganelli, head linesman Tom Staible, line judge: Garry Arthur, field judge Laird Hayes and back judge Tony  Steratore. — And last but not least, the replay assistant will be former NFL referee Larry Nemmers. 

Aug 21, 2010; Chicago, IL, USA; NFL referee John Parry (132) calls a penalty during the preseason game between the Oakland Raiders and the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE




Author: Thomas Brunt

TCC Student. Aspiring Leader. Christ Follower.

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