When you grab a receiver and pull him to the ground, you’re usually going to be flagged for a pass interference penalty.

That wasn’t the case for LSU freshman DB Derek Stingley Jr. though, as he got away with a blatant pass interference penalty in the first quarter of Saturday’s Peach Bowl.

That set off Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley, who gave the officials a piece of his mind following the no-call:

Obviously, Riley is justified in his anger after that bad mistake by the ACC crew working the Peach Bowl.

That missed call forced an Oklahoma punt, and LSU responded with a touchdown on the drive.

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