Supervisor says there was 'no excuse'
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- The Southeastern Conference's supervisor of officials said an LSU player should have been called for pass interference in a pivotal interception against Alabama.
Side judge Blake Parks didn't call a penalty when Corey Webster picked off a pass in the end zone after pushing down receiver Keith Brown early in the third quarter.
"Let's just report it as I'd rather it have been called," said Bobby Gaston, who oversees SEC officials.
With the Tide leading ...
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