Ryan Day informed reporters Tuesday that he was told by B1G officials that Chip Trayanum’s holding penalty which negated a Miyan Williams touchdown against Youngstown State “should not have been called.”

Here’s the play in question:

This is significant because it’s a familiar circumstance for Day and the Buckeyes. They also had a touchdown negated in Week 1 after a penalty flag came in which B1G officials later said should not have been thrown.

The frustration here is obvious. Those scores may not matter much in hindsight, but what happens if that call is made with the game on the line? On a lesser note, it also affects “style points” (if you believe in that) for down the road in CFP determinations. A 30-3 win over Indiana looks slightly better than a 23-3 win, etc.

The Buckeyes look to improve to 3-0 Saturday as they take on Western Kentucky at 4 p.m. ET on FOX.

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