Pac-12 reprimands Utah’s Krystkowiak

SAN FRANCISCO – UTAH head coach Larry Krystkowiak has been reprimanded by the Pac-12 Conference for public comments made about men’s basketball officiating, Commissioner Larry Scott announced today.

Krystkowiak made comments to the media that called into question the officiating during Utah’s game at Arizona State on Saturday, Jan. 18.

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“The Pac-12 membership has established rules that prohibit our coaches from publicly commenting about officiating,” stated Scott. “We have an obligation to our members to enforce approved Conference rules. As a part of our officiating program, there is a protocol in place for our coaches to provide feedback directly to the coordinator of officials.”