A Year Defined By Officiating — Good And Bad

May 6th, 2019

In episode 21 of The Todd Wright TODDcast, Todd discusses how 2019 has become a sports year defined by officiating. The NFC Championship, Final Four, Stanley Cup Playoffs and Kentucky Derby have all had major controversy. Todd points out that only Kentucky Derby officials took the time necessary to actually make a call and change the outcome of its event, while these other leagues only apologized later for missed calls that produced the wrong winner. The TODDcast is presented by Brandon Legal Group and by Pin Chasers.

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For the last three years, Todd Wright has been podcasting here almost exclusively on fantasy football and Lightning playoff hockey. While those podcasts are alive and well, Todd has a new podcast for 2019. And it simply covers pretty much anything that Todd finds interesting. No limits. Sort of like he did for nearly two decades on national radio as host and creator of AllNight with Todd Wright on ESPN, in addition to other roles with Fox Sports Florida, Sirius/XM, Sporting News Radio, etc. Enjoy!

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