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Kentucky Cheated Out Of Victory Over Ole Miss By Bad Call (Video)

Kentucky Cheated Out Of Victory Over Ole Miss By Bad Call (Video)

Ole Miss upset Kentucky 22-19 this weekend, but the game wasn’t without controversy.

Many left the proceedings on Saturday feeling as though the Wildcats should have gotten the win.

Late in the fourth quarter with Kentucky down three and trying to move forward on offense, quarterback Will Levis had his group in Ole Miss territory and with momentum on their side.

With roughly three minutes on the clock, Levis attempted to gain some easy yardage. He immediately ran into an Ole Miss defender, and then promptly got smashed by another defender who knocked the ball loose:

Understandably, some fans were livid about the lack of a targeting call.

The reactions poured in:

That being said, not everyone was sympathetic:

This has been something of a wonky college football week. Between Lane Kiffin getting physical with one of his players and Lee Corso’s health problems – it has just been one issue after another.

This is just par for the course.

That said, this is a pretty serious problem. When calls are botched, the entire integrity of the game takes a hit. And when that happens enough times, wins and losses lose their importance.

Hopefully the SEC comes out and addresses this situation one way or another. If they don’t, a lot of fans won’t soon forget what happened this Saturday.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.
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