Coordinator of Football Officials, Atlantic Coast Conference
Dennis Hennigan is the current Coordinator of Football Officials for the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). He assumed this role in 2015. Before accepting the Coordinator position, Dennis officiated 17 seasons of NCAA Division 1 FCS Football as a Referee, first with the Big East Conference and then with the ACC. During that time, he was awarded 15 bowl games including the 2004 Bowl Championship Series National Championship Game. Among Dennis' bowl assignments are three Rose, one Fiesta, and one Chick-fil-A-Bowl. Dennis began his collegiate officiating career with the ECAC.
A resident of Camillus, NY, Dennis has practiced law for over 30 years. He is currently with Costello, Cooney & Fearon of Syracuse, NY.
NFL Line Judge
In 2017, Mike Carr completed his first season with the National Football League. During the previous five seasons, he was a member of the Big Ten Conference staff. Mike officiated the Big Ten Championship games in 2015 and 2013, the Texas Bowl in 2017, the Liberty Bowl in 2016, the Alamo Bowl in 2015, and served as the alternate at the Big Ten Championship Game in 2012.
He started officiating football working junior high school games while in college. After working high school football for number of years, he worked Division III football in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) for five years. He then worked in the Missouri Valley Conference for one season, working the 2009 FCS Playoffs. The next year he joined the Mid-American Conference staff, officiating there for two seasons, and was selected to officiate the MAC Championship game in 2011.
Mike is very active in his local officiating association and has been a clinician at a number of officiating camps across the country.
Professionally, he is a high school athletic director. Mike is married and has two children.