Short article below about how when Joey Freshwater questioned officials after their loss to Auburn about a call it was explained to him but he wasn't able to disclose that information further which is interesting. I don't know if the ACC officials have this same policy or not but definitely adds to the times we feel refs are one-sided.
On Monday, Kiffin had a conversation with John McDaid, the head of officiating for the SEC. Kiffin said the conversation was revelatory, but league policy prevents him from divulging the details of the conversation.
"I really wish for our players, for our fans, that they could hear what I was just told," Kiffin said. "I think they deserve to. But I asked. They made sure to tell me there's a policy that I can't tell you, the players or the fans what their, if you want to call it, explanation for that situation and how TV copy and everybody in the country can see it hit him.
"I asked the side judge 'Why aren't they replaying it? Do I need to challenge?' He said 'They've already looked at it. There's nothing there.' I'm not allowed to say anything about the conversation, but I really wish that our fans and players could hear what I was told."