You can put Miami fans on the list of people to be upset with a targeting call.
On a critical third down for Miami down 20-13 in the fourth quarter, senior safety Jamal Carter got called and ejected for targeting thanks to this controversial hit.
The call was reviewed, and some — including broadcaster Kirk Herbstreit — thought it might be reversed because of Carter leading with the shoulder. However, the refs held up the penalty and ejection, and Miami fans responded in kind by trashing one of the end zones.
Not cool, Miami.
Florida State was able to continue their drive thanks to the call, but Miami was able to get the ball back and score a touchdown thanks to a pass from Brad Kaaya. However, the PAT was blocked, allowing Florida State to keep the lead.