Gerald Boudreaux is out as the SEC’s coordinator of basketball officials, a position he has held since 2006. ESPN’s Andy Katz reports that the league — according to multiple sources — has decided not to renew his contract.
Boudreaux served as an on-court SEC official for 20 years (1986-2006) before taking over as the league’s grand poobah of officiating.
No reason has been given yet for the decision not to renew Boudreaux’s contract. We have requested a comment from the SEC office, but none has come as of yet.
UPDATE – Boudreaux was contacted by Jon Solomon of The Birmingham News. Via email Boudreaux wrote: “I will defer all comments to the commissioner’s office.”