LOOK: Fans claim even more SEC bias toward Alabama after questionable play wasn't reviewed
Fans claiming that the SEC is biased toward Alabama have had plenty of ammunition in the past few weeks.
From LSU LB Devin White getting suspended for the first half of the Alabama game on a questionable targeting call to a play that happened in the first quarter on Saturday against Mississippi State, there’s plenty of outrage out there in the SEC world.
On a play on Alabama’s first drive, RB Damien Harris appeared to fumble, but the refs ruled him down. The Bulldogs clearly recovered, so it seemed like a review was likely.
However, even as the Tide took their time to run another play, no review came, and that drew the ire of fans everywhere on Twitter, as you can see below:
Somewhere James Carville is throwing objects at his TV over that missed fumble call
— Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) November 10, 2018
There needs to be a damn investigation into SEC officiating bias towards Alabama. That was a fumble, and yet no review….unbelievable
— Hot Take (@hottake349) November 10, 2018
Wow that was a fumble unreal they don't look at it Bama bias conspiracy folks are gonna have a field day with that one.
— George Georgiades (@GeorgiadesLive) November 10, 2018
How do you not at least take a look at that? Typical @SEC! BAMA is good enough not to need your bias.
— Clint Stanford (@ClintStanford) November 10, 2018
And the refs already showing bias for Bama for not calling that fumble
— Dunning Kruger P.E. (@WadeHollowell) November 10, 2018
— WarEagleJames🇺🇸🦅🇺🇸 (@James7303) November 10, 2018
— shannon lolley 🇺🇸 (@Auburndad2021) November 10, 2018
— Andrew Beatty (@TheAndrewBeatty) November 10, 2018
Bias for Bama showing hard on first drive. Clear fumble and didn't even review
— David Brooks (@coachdbrooks) November 10, 2018
Hey ref, did Damien Harris fumble? pic.twitter.com/TojpO39qVA
— Joe Miniot (@JoeMiniot19) November 10, 2018
Alabama leads 7-0 midway through the first quarter.