The Western Athletic Conference (WAC) has some explaining to do about its suspension of Shiloh Keo of the Idaho Vandals. They suspended him for the first-half of their game this weekend versus the Utah State Aggies for his hit on a Boise State University quarterback.
They said it was a helmet-to-helmet hit. But as you can see, Keo hit him with his shoulder into the chest. It was just a violent hit. This is football.
What makes it even more upsetting is that a Boise State University player hit the Idaho QB with a helmet-to-helmet hit that was clearly a hit and it wasn't flagged. There was even some other questionable calls against the Vandals in the game.
BSU is a good football team, but it appears they are being protected and supported by the WAC officials.