Shane Ray Ejected From SEC Championship – Watch

Updated: December 7, 2014
Shane Ray Ejected From SEC Championship - Watch

Shane Ray was ejected for targeting during Saturday’s SEC Championship Game vs. Alabama.

With Missouri trailing 7-0 in the second quarter, Alabama quarterback Blake Sims connected with DeAndrew White for a 58-yard touchdown pass. On the play, Ray hit Sims late and square in the facemask.
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Fortunately, Sims wasn’t seriously injured but that didn’t stop the referees from hitting Ray with a huge penalty. Refs slapped Ray with a personal foul for targeting and threw him out of the game, leaving a huge hole in Mizzou’s defensive line.

That touchdown made the score 28-13 with just over 12 minutes left to go in the final quarter of the game. And Bama would continue to pour it on from there, as they came away with an impressive 42-13 victory, the SEC title, and a spot in the first ever College Football Playoff.

We know there’s no such thing as an LVP (least valuable player), but they should create it just so they award it to Ray for his little stunt.