This was an odd gesture from a referee in the Mississippi State-Texas A&M game.
After a 2-yard touchdown from Mississippi State the back judge appears to make a first pump, as if he were to be celebrating the Bulldogs touchdown.
The score gave Mississippi State a 14-0 lead over No. 4 Texas A&M.
— J (@JAg332) November 5, 2016
Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin also a question about some of the officiating during the game.
Kevin Sumlin to SEC Network: ".. We get called for roughing passer, then a guy (A&M QB) is drug down on other sideline & nothing happens”
— Brent Zwerneman (@BrentZwerneman) November 5, 2016
The Aggies got off to a slow start against the Bulldogs, as the No. 4 ranked team in the College Football Playoff rankings fell behind big in the first half. The Aggies gave up a touchdown on the first play of the game, and have seen quarterback Trevor Knight leave the game twice with a shoulder injury.
Texas A&M scored on a Christian Kirk punt return for a touchdown right before halftime to cut the deficit to 28-14. The game can be seen on SEC Network.