The members of the replay booth team consists of a Replay Official, a Communicator and a Technician who watch the game from the press box. During televised games, the video feed comes directly from the TV production truck. Stadium cameras provide the video feed for non-televised games.
Unlike the NFL, every play in college football is reviewed by the Replay Official in the press box. If the Replay Official believes the previous play was ruled in error and the play had a direct, competitive impact on the game, he may stop play for review by paging the officials on the field.
The only other way a play can be reviewed is if the head coach challenges the previous play. However, each team is limited to only one challenge per game, regardless of the outcome of any previous challenge. If a coach challenges a play, and the play is not reversed, the challenging team will lose a timeout.
While the Replay Official is reviewing the play in the booth, the Referee stands by on a headset ready to announce the decision.
Three Possible Announcements: