Ohio QB Tyler Tettleton Nailed with Phantom Safety Call vs. Buffalo

Joseph Zucker@@JosephZuckerFeatured ColumnistNovember 6, 2013

The officials in the Buffalo-Ohio game didn't cover themselves in glory Tuesday night when they awarded the Bulls a safety after hitting Bobcats quarterback Tyler Tettleton with the intentional grounding penalty in the end zone.

Replays showed the senior signal-caller was a few yards in front of the goal line when the throw out of bounds was made.

Per the AP, referee Tom McCabe ruled the spot of the ball was not reviewable by replay. 

 

Note: GIF courtesy of A. Isaac of Guyism.com

Related

    Report: FSU's LT Suspended Amid Alleged Violence

    College Football logo
    College Football

    Report: FSU's LT Suspended Amid Alleged Violence

    Tim Daniels
    via Bleacher Report

    Christie Says NJ Will Have Legal Sports Betting by June

    College Football logo
    College Football

    Christie Says NJ Will Have Legal Sports Betting by June

    Rob Goldberg
    via Bleacher Report

    Former USC Assistant McNair Loses Case vs. NCAA

    College Football logo
    College Football

    Former USC Assistant McNair Loses Case vs. NCAA

    Tyler Conway
    via Bleacher Report

    Why McNair Lost the Defamation Lawsuit

    College Football logo
    College Football

    Why McNair Lost the Defamation Lawsuit

    SI.com
    via SI.com