Breaking down the worst call in College Football history

A. Isaac Senior Editor

The worst call in College Football history occurred last night during the Buffalo-Ohio game. Referee Tom McCabe called Bobcats QB Tyler Tettleton for intentional grounding in the end zone, resulting in a safety. Replays showed Tettleton released the ball from the 4-yard line. By rule, the play was not reviewable and Buffalo was awarded two points they didn’t deserve.

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WHAT. THE. HELL

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Reverse angle

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A meeting of the minds

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The stupid ref running around the field like a moron

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The picture that will haunt referee Tom McCabe forever

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The many faces and reactions of Ohio coach Frank Solich

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