TCU 360: Patterson doesn't back down from critical comments made toward officials after last year's SMU game
Posted 26 September 2012 - 05:37 AM
By Ryan Osborne
TCU coach Gary Patterson didn’t back down Tuesday from comments he made criticizing referees following the Horned Frogs’ 40-33 loss to SMU last season.
Patterson, whose Frogs play at SMU on Saturday, claimed last year that officials from Conference-USA told him after the game that they would issue a statement apologizing for mistakes the officiating crew made. By the time his weekly press conference rolled around a few days later, no apology had been made, so Patterson took the situation into his own hands.
“The first two touchdowns shouldn’t [have] happened,” Patterson said Oct. 4, three days after TCU's loss. “I mean, I can go down the list of things. It was a poorly officiated ballgame.”
Patterson’s tone remained the same Tuesday. ...
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