Tennessee Fans Feel They Got Screwed By Refs On Controversial 4th And Goal Call In Music City Bowl

Tennessee Volunteer fans weren’t pleased with the refs after Thursday night’s Music City Bowl.

In overtime against Purdue, Tennessee decided to go for it on 4th and goal and appeared to get a touchdown when refs blew the whistle after running back Jaylen Wright crossed the goal line.

After reviewing the call on the field, the refs decided forward progress was stopped on the play, and the whistle that came after the running back extended the ball over the goal line was irrelevant.

Purdue went on to kick a field goal to win the game on the next possession, and Volunteer fans blasted the refs over the controversial 4th and goal call.