Is Marc Curles a "lone gunman" or is he part of a larger plot involving Rogers Redding and Mike Slive? Given the evidence, the fact that he is allowed to continue working the biggest SEC games, those games with the most amount of conference bowl money at stake, I have to conclude he is but a pawn in his superiors game. That being said, pressure should be applied on this man to remove himself from the greatest game.
A quick BUI recap:Given his comments below and his on field performance, who in their right mind would entrust this man with their financial well-being? If you know of anyone investing with this man, you should have a talk with them.
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If you personally would like to express your satisfaction, or lack there of, with Mr. Curles's effect on football games, be our guest.
SEC football referee and financial planner at Bridgeworth Financial
BUI will continue to expose this man and those whose bidding he does.
“I don’t have much free time in the evening. I spend a lot of time at nights watching film, writing tests, studying rules, really not just during the season but almost year-round. There’s not much of a social life during the football season because I leave most every Friday and come back Sunday.
“I know there’s a lot on the line. It’s very serious. This is something we do because we love doing it. The coaches have big contracts, making a lot of money. [There’s] a lot riding on it for the coaches.
The players [have] prospective big-league, National Football League contracts on the line for them. It’s very important and we know that.
So that just makes us take it that much more seriously.
“Like in our financial planning, it’s very important. It’s critical for our clients’ lives and this is critical for these players. Regardless of what the game is, that game is the most important game that day.
“In business or in sports, on a team everybody’s got their role: the quarterback, the coach, the receivers, the linemen.
The D can’t do what it’s supposed to do if everybody doesn’t do their job. The officiating crew can’t do everything we’re supposed to do as a crew if each individual doesn’t do their job. In financial planning, we can’t do what we’re supposed to do for the client unless everybody fills their role.”