Auburn coach Gus Malzahn isn’t blaming officials for its loss to LSU, despite several “tough calls” late in Saturday’s game.

“Those are tough calls,” Malzahn said immediately following the game. “Those are tough calls. We put ourselves in position. We put ourselves in position — it was tough, but you got to figure out a way to overcome it. That’s just the way it goes.”

LSU trailed 21-19 before putting together a game-winning drive capped off by Cole Tracy’s 41-yard field goal as time expired, which was aided by several calls against Auburn’s defense, including a pass interference calls against Jeremiah Dinson on the 38-yard line and Jamel Dean on the 24-yard line.

Auburn was flagged nine times, which totaled 111 penalty yards, equaling its yardage from its Week 1 victory against Washington. LSU was also flagged nine times for 91 yards in Saturday’s game.

Video of Malzahn’s postgame press conference was shared by in a video posted to YouTube: