It was a huge hit given by Alabama’s Mack Wilson on Texas A&M’s Speedy Noil last Saturday during the Crimson Tide’s 33-14 win.
Noil was returning a kickoff for the Aggies when he was met by Wilson just past the 10-yard line, where Wilson laid out Noil and left him laying there.
However, despite helmet-to-helmet contact being made on the play, Wilson was not given a targeting penalty, the typical call when that type of incident occurs. Noil underwent concussion protocol after the hit but was cleared to be OK.
During his press conference on Tuesday, Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin said he called the SEC office on Sunday morning to talk to head of officials Steve Shaw about the non-targeting call.
Sumlin said he talked to SEC head of officials Steve Shaw on the Speedy Noil non-targeting call Sunday morning.
— Mark Passwaters (@mbpRivals) October 25, 2016
In case you missed it, you can watch the play below. What do you think? Should a penalty have been called?
Mack Wilson is now wanted for murder pic.twitter.com/5wz24jloBO
— Marq Burnett (@Marq_Burnett) October 22, 2016