The SEC came out today and admitted that the personal foul called on Malcolm Sheppard late in the Hogs' 23-20 loss to the Gators at the Swamp was "not supported by any evidence." This was the second time in as many weeks this particular crew was Monday morning quarterbacked by the SEC office for phantom flags. They flagged Georgia's A.J. Green last weekend for excessive celebration against LSU for, gee, I don't know . . . celebrating what could have been the winning touchdown? I mean, that showoff actually turned his head six inches to the right and looked at 90,000 Georgia fans. The nerve!!! Those yards gave LSU the ball nearly at midfield with less than a minute to play. At least they made them count. Both flags affected the outcome of their respective games. As to the myriad of other horrible calls, the SEC calls them "judgment calls" which they neither criticize or discuss.
Unless and until you pull games or suspend officiating crews, this is all hat and no cattle. The collective response from Athens and Fayetteville? THANK YOU, SIR! MAY I HAVE ANOTHER?!?!?