Report: Dan Guerrero May Have Been Snoozing in Tempe During Halftime of Arizona State

Geez, you guys. What is wrong with napping during our football games? - Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee/Image of Sport-US PRESSWIRE

Dan Guerrero was informed about the coin toss fiasco by the Pac-12 officials yet he did nothing to defend his coaches and players and raise concern about terrible officiating by the conference officials.

There has been some confusion about whether or not the Pac-12 conference apologized to Coach Jim Mora for the coin toss debacle in Arizona. We picked up on another little detail on this saga yesterday. This was buried in Chris Foster's UCLA report on Monday:

On Monday, the Pac-12 said that a conference official met with UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero at halftime and explained that the referees had acted properly. The official also brought the same message to Mora after the game, according to a conference spokesman.

So Chianti met with those clown Pac-12 officials during the halftime of the Arizona State game and never bothered to bring up his concerns publicly. He never bothered to defend his coaches and his student athletes in public and voiced what everyone is thinking out loud about the terrible officiating that continues to plague the conference.

Reportedly Chianti was at the game and was running around after it was over pretending he had something to do with the result. Reports indicate that he was sleeping through the whole game never bothering to do anything while his program almost got screwed by incompetent conference officials.

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