Both Michigan and Indiana fans are frustrated with the officiating on Saturday.
Controversial pass interference calls, unsportsmanlike penalties and more flags have populated the field. After one pass interference call, Hoosiers coach Tom Allen was so frustrated, he called a timeout — and started to yell at the officials.
Indiana coach Tom Allen calls timeout, yells at officials
We love you.
— Justin Albers (@Justin_Albers) October 14, 2017
Tom Allen respectfully disagrees with that PI call: pic.twitter.com/PrSertcciE
— College Sports Only (@OfficialCSO) October 14, 2017
Michigan had 11 penalties for 98 yards in the first half. Indiana committed 4 penalties for 50 yards. But that one call was more than enough to frustrate Allen.
The Wolverines also blocked a 51-yard Indiana field goal to stop one Hoosiers scoring chance. Michigan K Quinn Nordin is also 2-for-2 on field goals, including a long kick of 40 yards.
Indiana is hoping to end decades of dominance by the Wolverines. The Hoosiers haven’t beaten Michigan since 1987, when Indiana won in Bloomington, Ind.
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