SEC names John McDaid coordinator of football officials

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP)The Southeastern Conference has named John McDaid coordinator of football officials.

Commissioner Greg Sankey announced McDaid’s appointment Monday to replace Steve Shaw. McDaid has been a college football official for 24 years and joined the SEC as a referee in 2015.

He previously worked for two years as a referee in the American Athletic Conference and held that job in the Big East Conference from 2006-2012.

McDaid was a back judge in the Big East from 2001-05 and has worked in four New Year’s Six games and the 2010 Bowl Championship Series title game. The 1987 Harvard graduate will also serve as coordinator of football officials for the Sun Belt.

Shaw had led SEC officials since 2011 but was recently named national coordinator for college football by the board of managers at College Football Officiating, LLC.

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