Gene Steratore

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Gene Steratore (Eugene Joseph Steratore) was born on 8 February, 1963 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States, is an American football official. Discover Gene Steratore’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

Popular AsEugene Joseph Steratore
OccupationCBS Sports/Turner Sports Rules AnalystNFL official (2003–2018)NCAA basketball official (1995–2018)
Age57 years old
Zodiac SignAquarius
Born8 February 1963
Birthday8 February
BirthplaceUniontown, Pennsylvania, United States

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Timeline of Gene Steratore


On June 22, 2018, NFL Senior Vice President of Officiating Alberto Riveron announced Steratore’s retirement.


In a game on December 17, 2017 between the Dallas Cowboys and Oakland Raiders, Steratore took the controversial step of employing an index card normally used for recording penalties to assist him in determining whether the Cowboys had made the line to gain for a first down. His ruling that they had done so allowed Dallas to kick a late field goal in their 20-17 victory.


Steratore was the referee during the NFC divisional playoff game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Green Bay Packers on January 11, 2015, when a fourth-quarter, fourth-down catch by Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was overturned using the “Calvin Johnson rule”. The Packers challenged the call and after review, it was determined that the ball touched the ground before Bryant completed the catch.

Following retirement, he joined CBS Sports as a rules analyst. CBS had not had a rules analyst on its staff since firing Mike Carey following the 2015 season. In addition to providing analysis for NFL officiating, Steratore also contributes in a similar role for the network’s college football coverage, College Basketball on CBS and NCAA March Madness on CBS/TBS/TNT/truTV. Steratore is unusual in that most other networks have not used a rules analyst for basketball or for college football.


Steratore was named as referee for the NFC Championship game on January 19, 2014, between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers.


Steratore was selected as the first referee to officiate a game following the 2012 NFL referee lockout on September 27, 2012, a Thursday-night contest between the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens. The Baltimore crowd cheered Steratore and his crew as they entered the field.


Steratore entered the league as a field judge and was promoted to referee at the start of the 2006 season, one of two new referees (Jerome Boger being the other) for that season, following the retirements of Bernie Kukar and Tom White. He wore uniform number 114. Steratore was chosen to be the alternate referee of Super Bowl XLIV, which was held in Miami on February 7, 2010, and was chosen to be the referee for Super Bowl LII, played on February 4, 2018.

Steratore was involved in a controversial instant replay call during week 1 of the 2010 NFL season between the Detroit Lions and the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field in Chicago. Late in the fourth quarter, Lions receiver Calvin Johnson caught what was originally ruled as the winning touchdown for Detroit. After Steratore conferred with the officials he overturned the call to an incomplete pass, ruling that Johnson lost control of the ball while going to the ground before he “completed the process of completing the catch”. Steratore was supported by the NFL and backed by its former vice president of officiating, Mike Pereira. The rule has since been referred to as the “Calvin Johnson rule”.


Steratore worked his first NFL playoff game as a referee between the Arizona Cardinals and the Carolina Panthers on January 10, 2009, at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina. Exactly one year later, he refereed the Baltimore Ravens’ 33–14 victory over the New England Patriots in an American Football Conference (AFC) Wild Card game at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts.


Steratore took over briefly as referee during a regular-season game on December 28, 2003, between the Carolina Panthers and New York Giants after Bernie Kukar, the crew chief, was injured during a play in which he was hit in the back by the Giants’ Clarence LeBlanc after a blocked punt.


Steratore was one of two active NFL referees (Bill Vinovich being the other) who also officiated National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men’s basketball games, which Steratore has done since 1997.


Eugene Joseph Steratore (born February 8, 1963) is a former American football official in the National Football League (NFL) since 2003. He announced his retirement in June 2018. Steratore is now a rules analyst for CBS Sports and Turner Sports.