Alabama seems to have gotten the benefit of the doubt on some big calls during their win against Texas.
In the third quarter of the game, Texas had a safety wiped off the board in a call that will be debated for the next week.
◽️ Texas tackles Bryce Young in the end zone, initially thought to be a safety
◽️ Texas flagged for targeting and roughing the passer on Young
◽️ After review, referees rule the pass to be incomplete, bringing up fourth down for Alabama
— The Athletic (@TheAthletic) September 10, 2022
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Late in the fourth quarter minutes before kicking the game-winning field goal, Bama’s Bryce Young was able to evade a tackle to pick up a crucial first down.
WHAT A PLAY BRYCE YOUNG 😤
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Texas fans are now complaining that refs missed a holding call on the Bryce Young run.
#65 my god pic.twitter.com/cHW4riHq0q
— Jahmeir D.🐴✭ (@JDCowboys4Life) September 10, 2022
This is a ridiculous no call on the most pivotal play of the game. https://t.co/h4z5Xxa7Tm
— Rojelio de Tejas (@TejasDiddy) September 10, 2022
At the end of the day, Alabama won the game and Texas fans are going to have to deal with the L.