Georgia was the beneficiary of several calls that the officials missed in the Bulldogs’ win over Texas A&M on Saturday in Athens.

Aggies TE Jalen Wydermyer pointed out one of the calls, including one where he was defended by Tyrique Stevenson as the two freshmen battled over the middle and Stevenson tugged Wydermyer’s left arm. It was a third and 11 play at the Georgia 43-yard line with 4:35 left in the game. The pass fell incomplete and Texas A&M didn’t get the ball the rest of the game.

“I’m just going to leave this right here,” Wydermyer wrote, with a facepalm emoji. He had a solid game, with four catches for 40 yards, including one that went for 20 yards.

For his part, Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher refused to blame officials for possible no-calls in the 19-16 loss to Georgia, and said his team must learn to control its own destiny.

“We were there,” Fisher said. “There were some opportunities. But that’s ball. You have to make your own breaks in life. We’ll grow from it. … I’m proud of this team. You ultimately have to win. We’re grinding and it’s my job to get it over the top. There are no moral victories but we’re coming. We’re coming.”