Ryan Day seems uncertain about the explanation he got from the refs on an important call in Saturday night’s Peach Bowl.

Late in the 3rd quarter, Javon Bullard was called for targeting for a hit on Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr. Upon review, however, officials determined there was no targeting.

After the game, Day relayed that targeting was waived off because Harrison was not hit in the head.

“I was told it was not targeting, that he didn’t take a shot to the head,” Day told reporters.

The Ohio State coach noted that Harrison did not return because he did not clear concussion protocol.

“I didn’t see it, so I don’t know, but to get a concussion and not get hit in the head, I’d have to see the replay,” Day said. “And they said it happened after he got hit. But I’d have to take a look at the video, I didn’t see a replay.”

After the incompletion, Ohio State faced 4th down and kicked a field goal to go up 38-24. Georgia rallied, dominating the 4th quarter by outscoring the Buckeyes 18-3 in the final period.