Josh Heupel’s reaction to the horrible call during overtime is every Tennessee fan (Video)

Tennessee fans, and head coach Josh Heupel, were outraged by a costly mistake by the referee during extra time of the Music City Bowl.

The Tennessee volunteers got their best punch in the 2021 Music City Bowl on Thursday. In the fourth game and Purdue’s one-yard goal in extra time, Jaylen Wright ran to the right and appeared to be blocked. However, he edged past the Purdue defender and narrowly missed the goal. However, the arbitrators ruled that Tennessee lacked end zones, and gave ownership to Purdue.

Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel, like many Tennessee fans watching the game at Nissan Stadium or at home, stood by when he received an explanation from the field official.

Josh Heupel with himself after the Music City Bowl on Sunday

Purdue took advantage of revenue on the decline, as Mitchell Fineran scored a 36-yard winner to win 48-45.

It was a series of unfortunate events at the end of the Music City Bowl. You can’t ignore the final shot, in which Tennessee had a chance to kick a goal that won the match in the closing seconds of the regulation. But, some problematic watch management and Heupel’s calling game got them beaten, when Chase McGrath’s 56-yard effort went right, causing injury time.

It was a bad New Year’s Eve for Tennessee and its fan base.

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