There are going to be a lot of complaints about the officiating in the Music City Bowl when all is said and done.

First, it was a ridiculous personal foul penalty on Kentucky’s star running back Benny Snell Jr. that resulted in an ejection. Then, it was a questionable targeting penalty that cost Paddy Fisher the second half of the final game of his freshman season.

It appeared that Fisher’s helmet hit the ball-carrier’s chest rather than making head-to-head contact. Apparently the officials saw it differently and ejected the Northwestern linebacker.

That was a significant loss for Northwestern, as Fisher was one of the top defenders for the Wildcats this season. It was a call that Pat Fitzgerald called one of the worst he’s ever seen during a halftime interview.

Fisher finished the season with 110 total tackles, ranking fourth in the B1G. He also had 8 tackles for loss, 3 pass break-ups and an interception in his freshman season.

What do you think? Was Fisher rightfully ejected?