Controversial calls seems to be a growing theme for the annual matchup between Ohio State and Michigan. Saturday was no exception.

On one play in particular, Michigan wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones appeared to be held by a Buckeyes defender, prohibiting the Wolverine freshman from making a play. But there was no flag on the play and Ohio State made the stop.

That didn’t sit well with Peoples-Jones.

After the game, Peoples-Jones saw an image on Twitter of the controversial call, which shows  Ohio State’s Denzel Ward pretty clearly holding the receiver. Still frustrated after the loss, Peoples-Jones fired off a tweet, “Pass interference? Or am I tripping.”

Yeah, the Buckeyes probably got away with one there.

Ohio State went on to win the game 31-20, claiming its sixth straight win over the Wolverines.