Dorial Green-Beckham catches touchdown for Missouri ... or did he?

Dak Dillon-US PRESSWIRE

REFS ARE CHEATIN' AUBURN

Look, Auburn and Missouri are scoring too quickly for us to write about their previous touchdowns. We had just gotten done writing up Nick Marshall's play fake when Missouri scored and Auburn has already scored and recovered an onside kick since, because this is the best SEC Championship game ever and it's the first quarter.

But anyway: that Missouri touchdown sandwiched between the two Auburn TD's was a 28-yard pass to Dorial Green-Beckham ... but did he catch it?

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You can pretty clearly see the ball hitting the ground and moving, so this probably shouldn't have been ruled a touchdown. If this game comes down to seven points or less and Missouri wins, we will hear about this non-TD catch forever from Auburn fans. (We know this for a fact, since we're still hearing about times Auburn hasn't won the national championship due to various conspiracies in the past.) But, yeah, probably not a score.

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