A simply terrible sequence of plays could have swung the Kentucky-Auburn game.
Here’s how the first half of the Kentucky-Auburn ended.— SEC Mike (@MichaelWBratton) September 26, 2020
Kentucky got robbed! Come on refs, I need those points. pic.twitter.com/D3SsmXJWqG
In the matter of a blown call that should have been a touchdown for the Wildcats, turned into a 100-yard pick-six for Auburn, which was then erased by a targeting call on the return. Those playing the under are breathing a sigh of relief.
Kentucky. #WYD ? 🤦♂️— TBP College Football (@thebluepennant) September 26, 2020
CB Roger McCreary remonte sur 100 yards pour le TD défensif des Tigers ! Bah non. Annulé pour un targeting sur le bloc. 🤦♂️
Auburn 8, Kentucky 7 à la mi-temps.pic.twitter.com/Vx9hUNBdzN
The touchdown — which seemed obvious to everyone, including Auburn fans — was wiped off the board.
TD UK.— AuburnBlazer (@AuburnBlazer) September 26, 2020
even though they haven’t signaled it yet.
13-8 PAT pending
What followed was an equally awful choice by Terry Wilson to throw into the crowded endzone and the ball went the other way. So did the momentum.
Oh no. Terrible decision by Terry on that throw and Auburn takes pick back 100 yards. Instead of UK leading, now Auburn extends lead. WOW— Vaughts’ Views (@vaughtsviews) September 26, 2020
Until the reply determined that there was a penalty on the play. A rare situation on an interception return.
That was a total make up call on the targeting to take the pick six off the board for Auburn.— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) September 26, 2020