Arkansas fans, media react to controversial call that helps LSU on game-winning touchdown drive
These calls are starting to get ridiculous.
The first half of the Arkansas-LSU game featured a really tough call that went against the Razorbacks and led to some outrage prior to halftime.
That call was so bad, Arkansas’s official Twitter account mocked it.
If only that was the worst call of the day.
During LSU’s game-winning drive, star Arkansas defensive back Jalen Catalon was called for one of the most questionable targeting calls you will ever see.
Not only did Catalon avoid hitting LSU receiver Kayshon Boutte in the head or neck area, the Razorback defender turned his body in order to safely make contact with the Tiger.
Here is the play if you missed it:
The top of his head touches nothing.
— Nikki Chavanelle (@NikkiChavanelle) November 21, 2020
Here is another video of the play:
Now we have a targeting review on Arkansas’ side. Catalon hits Boutte high (somehow he holds on to it).
— Jeff Nowak (@Jeff_Nowak) November 21, 2020
The reaction from Arkansas fans and media was predictable:
He targeted him with his hip!!!! What else can you do? Flag football. No thx.
— Brett Norsworthy (@BrettNorsworthy) November 21, 2020
That's not targeting.
— Danny West (@DannyWest247) November 21, 2020
I’m not crying conspiracy but some of these calls that have gone against Arkansas are *very* questionable
— Alex Scarborough (@AlexS_ESPN) November 21, 2020
— pinto (@pinto479) November 21, 2020
Arkansas crowd is livid. #LSU
— Jacques Doucet (@JacquesDoucet) November 21, 2020
— Barstool Arkansas (@BarstoolUA) November 21, 2020