It seems the last two weeks Florida has gotten by with some things. Last night, a defensive player was taking an interception into the endzone and started hot doggin before he got there and the ball was knocked away. In real speed, it was close but looked like he got in. In the replay booth it was a fumble. The ball appeared to be out before it crossed. Now, it was still close and a tough call but I thought it was a fumble. Later, ESPN was able to take two different stills, one that showed the ball was loose and one that showed where the ball would have been to show the exact situation. I am sure the replay officials do not get two frames to work with like that, however they blew the call. I'm not a conspiracy theorist, but it seems Florida does get the benefit of the doubt.

Note: Ruling on the field was a touchdown.