GIF: Florida defender shoves Mizzou QB in the face

Maty Mauk took a blow to the head from a much larger Florida player.

Maty Mauk, a redshirt freshman making the first start of his career in place of James Franklin, has done plenty to frustrate Florida's stout defense on Saturday afternoon. Late in the first half, a Florida lineman pretty blatantly shoved Mauk right in the helmet and sent him to the ground. No flag was thrown on the play.

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via SEC Network.

This play happened about an hour after Georgia defensive end Ray Drew was controversially flagged and ejected for targeting Vanderbilt quarterback Austyn Carta-Samuels. It was probably the worst targeting ejection yet.

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Until college football officials can find a way to consistently get these calls right, it's going to be an issue for teams every single week. How can Georgia lose 15 yards and get a player ejected for doing that, while Florida wasn't even flagged? It's a mess.

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