College basketball referees can make a nice living, but there is a lot of travel and stress involved. Now some officials are under scrutiny for working too much, including John Cahill, left, who was criticized for a series of calls in the Connecticut-Syracuse game on Feb. 10.
Connecticut's Jim Calhoun told the New York Times that referees who work too much are more prone to make bad calls.
"They can't work the nights they're working and give you the best they can give you," he said.
John Clougherty, the supervisor of officials for the Atlantic Coast Conference, didn't disagree with Calhoun.