WATCH: Vanderbilt WR Caleb Scott hilariously throws towel as ‘flag’ when pleading for pass interference against Ole Miss

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Caleb Scott saw enough.

The Vanderbilt wide receiver hilariously threw his towel as a “flag” during the third quarter of the Commodores’ game against Ole Miss on Saturday in Oxford. As you can see in the clip below, a Vanderbilt wide receiver had his feet tangled up in the end zone when running with Rebels defensive back Myles Hartsfield.

Check it out below.

Kudos to Scott for this move. After all, how many players probably have wanted to do something similar in the past? At least he made his feelings known in a funny, memorable way.

Ole Miss was controlling Vanderbilt 44-21 in the third quarter.

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