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3-Year-Old Girl Explains Why That Fourth-Quarter Outback Bowl Call Was All Wrong

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Referee Jeff Maconaghy made South Carolina fans angry with his fourth-quarter call in Tuesday's Outback Bowl, but no one has provided a more adorable analysis than 3-year-old Ada Foster. The budding sportscaster points out where the ball should have been for a first down and where it actually was -- and expresses her dismay that the ref didn't get this right.

Though she and her 6-year-old sister, Logan -- who chimes in at the end of the video -- can't change the final score, we're impressed by their explanations. More than anything, we hope that one day they meet this toddler.

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