SEC Quarterback Thinks Conference Refs Favor Alabama
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While appearing on Monday's “The Next Round” podcast, Auburn QB Bo Nix shared his thoughts on SEC refs after some controversial calls went the Alabama’s way against Arkansas... Nix won’t be playing in Saturday’s Iron Bowl against Alabama due to an injury.

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At least they're not prejudiced, they screw EVERY team the gumps play...
Reply2 months
Pure nonsense that will only be believed by the worst fans in the league. Certainly won't be helping Auburn this weekend.
Reply2 months
Alabama is the biggest cheater in the history of amateur sports (The little sawed off prick at Georgia learned from that little sawed off pick at Alabama). They can not win without a playing field and recruiting slanted in their favor. It was exposed in March that they spend in the vicinity of $30,000,000 just in paying players
Reply2 months
Just where was this exposition published? Sounds like your team sucks and you have to make up some excuse!
2 months
FOR LCL08 LINK sounds like your team cheats like banshees. no excuses here - its college football and it is rotting from the cheating lowlifes in Ttown and Athens
2 months
AND my team has gotten raped by the SEC officiating office in Birmingham at least twice this season for the benefit of the two $30,000,000 'amateurs' teams
2 months
Alabama is the cash cow and get smost of the "calls." Their offensive line HOLDS EVERY PLAY!! Frig Alabama.
Reply2 months
First blame your own team play before looking outside and saying external factors are to blame for losing. There's a lesson here for life too.
Reply2 months
ETA: Yes, SEC officials are terrible but they have mostly screwed every team.
2 months
What is certain is that SEC officiating has been horrendous for at least the last 2 years. Can we at least get rid of replay since that seems to be more part of the problem than the solution? You still get bad calls, but at least we all get home sooner.
Reply2 months
The last 2 years? LOL! How old are you? 2?
2 months
Watch UGA beat Bama and the playoff committee award the Gumps with yet another mulligan.
Reply2 months
I did a Google map search for "SEC officiating headquarters" and it landed on Nick Saban's office. I kid, I kid.
Reply2 months
LSU vs Alabama this year, the last play of the game to win it, and the ref calls a offensive face mask against LSU as insurance "just in case".
Reply2 months
There is no self awareness on Nix's part at all. Last year in the Arkansas game and this year in the Penn State game egregious calls went in Auburn's favor. In the Arkansas game it helped them win the game. Most years when Alabama plays at Auburn there is a questionable call and 95% of the time is goes against Alabama. Just because your career didn't turn out the way you wanted it to you shouldn't lash out in frustration, try to show some class!
Reply2 months
I am just as tired of watching Bama dominate football as anybody else but it would take every SEC official to cover up this type of conspiracy theory. The idea there is not a single official willing to blow the whistle is too much to believe. Having said that, it is possible a few or some officials are biased against Bama but that doesn't make it an organized match-fixing scheme. In some states, match-fixing is a crime. Extraordinary allegations require more evidence than anecdotal evidence.
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BS. you must be an SEC official and have no place adding your 2 cents worth here.
2 months
He’s not wrong.
Reply2 months
bama has always gotten breaks from the SEC officials. How else could you go three years w/o an offensive holding call while playing SEC games.
Reply2 months
Lol says the QB that got away with a backwards spike...not to mention Auburn getting a bogus field goal before halftime in 2019.
Reply2 months
Sounds like the Apple didn’t fall far from the tree. His hayseed father whines just like him.
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no holding there.... jeez
2 months
They might as well relocate the offices from B'ham to Tuscaloosa at this point
Reply2 months
Well known fact for years. Where do you think the SEC HQ is? Birmingham, AL.
Reply2 months
He's 100% Right
Reply2 months
He is right and I am glad he said it.
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