Tennessee fans are upset that the officials did not review a potential targeting foul on Alabama.

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In the first half of Saturday night’s game, ESPN cameras showed a hit that might have qualified as a targeting foul. In the clip below, an Alabama defender appears to launch and lead with the helmet to hit Hendon Hooker, making contact with the Volunteer quarterback’s helmet.

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As one might expect, many of the replies and quote-tweets to the video are tagging the SEC Officiating Twitter account and conference commissioner Greg Sankey. Many Vols fans are arguing it’s not the only call or no-call that has gone in Alabama’s favor.

We’ll see if the SEC addresses the complaints and lack of a review on the hit.

Alabama leads Tennessee 24-17 in the third quarter.