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Mike Bohn, Lincoln Riley react to massive Pac-12 refs blunder which once again goes against USC

You might not have seen this, since USC’s game against Arizona was on Pac-12 Network, but you might have read about it on Twitter or heard about it if you were tuning in to a radio broadcast of the Trojans’ game in Tucson on Saturday evening.

It’s really very simple … or at least, it should have been.

USC had at least five or six seconds at the end of the first half. The Trojan offense was in position to snap the ball. A first down had just been gained.

By every possible measurement and according to every available detail, the Trojans should have been able to snap the ball and kick a field goal before halftime.

Zero debate. Zero question. Zero ambiguity. Right? Not in the world of Pac-12 refs.

Notably, USC Athletic Director Mike Bohn was paying attention, as you will see below:

MIKE BOHN IS NOTICING

PAC-12 REFS CONTROVERSY

RIDICULOUS

MIND-BOGGLING

SIX SECONDS!

https://twitter.com/keelyismyname/status/1586520126118981632

THE CENTRAL PROBLEM

TRULY

SPEECHLESS

THERE'S A HISTORY HERE

YA THINK?

CRINGE

COST USC 3 POINTS

IT'S SUCH A HEADACHE

WILNER WEIGHS IN

USC WAS ALREADY DEALING WITH A TOUGH SITUATION GOING INTO THIS GAME, TOO

ALUMNI CHIME IN

MORE

UPON FURTHER NON-REVIEW

CANZANO WEIGHS IN

WHERE IS THE LEADERSHIP?

RILEY POSTGAME

LOL

OREGON DUCKS WRITER HAS SOMETHING TO SAY, TOO

Story originally appeared on Trojans Wire