College football has its first controversial finish of the season — the one that will dominate conversation around the water cooler in the morning.
With just about 2 minutes remaining, fourth-and-7, South Carolina up 17-13 and Vanderbilt driving, Vandy quarterback Jordan Rodgers heaved the ball down the right sideline to Jordan Matthews. But as Matthews is about to catch it, South Carolina safety D.J. Swearinger grabbed Matthews arm and the ball fell to the ground. Matthews threw his hands up in protests, Swearinger celebrated and the official, who was staring right at the play, made no move to call pass interference.
Obviously, this isn't the first or last time an official is going to miss a call.