How to Become a NCAA Football Referee

17. May 2010

Becoming a college football referee is a major step up for officials who may have only worked high school games in their career. Taking the field in stadiums that seat 80,000 fans or more is a shock to the system for any official who is used to working in front of 2,000 or 3,000 fans on a Friday night. However, while the game is played by bigger, stronger players at faster speeds, the game remains the same.

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By Steve Silverman, eHow Contributing Writer
(c) by eHow.com


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