Gerald Boudreaux out at SEC
The SEC has decided not to renew the contract of Gerald Boudreaux, the league's coordinator of officials, for the 2013-14 season, multiple sources told ESPN.com.
The sources were unable to confirm the reason for Boudreaux being out as the league's head of officials.
Boudreaux was an SEC official from 1986-2006 before he was elevated to his former role.
Boudreaux is the second major conference officiating coordinator to be out of a job in a week. Pac-12 coordinator Ed Rush resigned last week after making what he admitted an ill-advised comment in jest about offering money or a trip to officials for enforcing the coaching behavior rule.
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