Controversy Swirls as Fans Question Whether Officials Attempted to Rig College Football Bowl Game


Although it may seem absurd, college football fans believed officials were attempting to rig the Guarantee Rate Bowl between Kansas and UNLV.

On Tuesday night, the Jayhawks were punished at an alarming rate. They gained nearly 216 yards only from penalties.

Meanwhile, UNLV recorded nine penalties for 99 yards. That is a significant difference between the two teams.

“So the Kansas UNLV line goes from KU -13.5 to -8.5 on game day without any explanation,” Jack McGuire of Barstool Sports stated. “There has also been a 135-yard penalty called on Kansas.” “During the first half.”

“They aren’t even trying to hide it anymore,” one user tweeted.

“The 2005 Outback Bowl officials were incompetent,” remarked another. This appears to be on purpose. And the NCAA will say nothing while doing nothing.”

Of course, several individuals dismissed this story right away.

For the record, Kansas defeated UNLV by a score of 49-36. That should put an end to the notion that Vegas had any influence on this game.

Kansas quarterback Jason Bean racked up 449 yards passing, six touchdowns, and three interceptions.

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