LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Southeastern Conference says
there's no video evidence to support the personal foul call against
Arkansas' Malcolm Sheppard in the fourth quarter of the Razorbacks'
23-20 loss to Florida.
The penalty gave the Gators the ball on the Arkansas 10-yard
line, and they scored on the next play to tie the game at 20.
Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long said Monday the school had
expressed its concerns to the league.
The league said schools can send in plays after each game for
review. The SEC said it told Arkansas "there was no evidence on
the video to support the personal foul penalty."
It was the same group of officials that called the LSU-Georgia
game earlier this month, which included a late unsportsmanlike
conduct penalty the league said shouldn't have been called.