Dez Bryant was on the sidelines at the Oklahoma-Oklahoma State game, cheering on his Cowboys.
Of course, there had to be a questionable play where Oklahoma State’s Tay Martin tries to make a great catch for a touchdown in the second half.
Bryant signaled a touchdown.
The officials reviewed the play and stood by their call of an incomplete pass.
This potential TD was ruled incomplete.
Dez Bryant disagrees 😅 pic.twitter.com/2mHkR7uJxB
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) November 28, 2021
If @DezBryant says it’s a catch, IT’S A CATCH! 👏👏
— OSU Alumni Assoc. (@OKStateAlumni) November 28, 2021
That’s a catch in the OU/OSU. He pulled it after the play was over, TD
— shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe) November 28, 2021
.@DezBryant says it was a catch. So it was a catch. pic.twitter.com/keJPwq6yo0
— Kyle Boone (@Kyle__Boone) November 28, 2021
Where have we seen this scenario with Bryant before?
Of course in the 2014 Divisional round when Bryant was with the Dallas Cowboys and they were playing the Green Bay Packers.
Upon further review, it was called incomplete.
Bryant disagreed, telling an official, “I’m trying to reach over the goal line, how is that not a catch?”
Although the NFL did say Bryant’s play with Dallas was a catch … eventually … like three years later.
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