EXCITEMENT is building ahead of Superb Bowl LVI with the LA Rams and Cincinnati Begals both keeping an eye on the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Don’t be surprised if the game develops into a shootout with both teams having two quarters form and lethal reception corps.
As a result, match officials will have to be on the lookout and either flag could be the difference between NFL title and heartbreak.
Who are the Super Bowl LVI officials?
Referee – Ron Torbert
A graduate of Michigan State University and Harvard Law, Torbert wears No62 and will be in charge of his first Super Bowl.
A lawyer leaving football, he began his NFL career in 2010 and served as an alternate referee for Super Bowl LIII.
Umpire – Bryan Neale
An NFL veteran from 2014, Neale also appeared in Super Bowl.
Away from the pitch, he is the founder of the company Blind Zebra, which provides sales consulting services to professionals.
Down Judge: Derick Bowers
A seasoned official, Bowers has been with the NFL since 2003.
He was a front-runner at Super Bowl XLIII, where the Steelers beat the Cardinals 13 years ago.
Line judge: Carl Johnson
Returning to his third Super Bowl, Johnson is a 20-year NFL veteran.
Johnson was the NFL’s executive vice president from 2010-12 and was also the league’s first full-time official.
Also on the executive team are:
- Field Judge – Rick Patterson
- Assistant Judge – Keith Washington
- Back Judge – Scott Helverson
- Official Replay – Roddy Ames
- Playback Assistant – Sean McKee
How can I watch Super Bowl LVI?
The Super Bowl between the Rams and the Bengals is set for Sunday, January 13.
It’s time to start 18:30 EST.
The match will be televised nationwide on NBC.
You can also listen and watch the following:
- The official app of the NFL
- Yahoo Sports App
- NFL Game Pass
- Sirius XM
- Westwood One
- TuneIn Radio
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