Week after week after week, we see the Pac-12’s officiating crew come under fire for controversial decisions. Seeing a head-scratching call from the stripes on Saturday is a given at this point.

Officials in the Oregon-Oregon State game came under fire in the first half on Saturday after a third-and-2 run from Oregon State’s Damien Martinez appeared to pick up a first down at the Oregon 4-yard-line. Instead, he was spotted at the 5 to set up a fourth-and-1.

Oregon State head coach Jonathan Smith challenged the call, everyone watching assumed the spot would be overturned, and then the officials confirmed the spot.

Here’s the spot in question:

Oregon then stuffed Martinez for no gain on a fourth-down attempt:

The officiating crew then placed the ball at the same spot and brought the chains out to measure once again. The sequence caused an uproar on social media, not just from Oregon State fans, but from anyone watching.

It was also a potentially crucial moment in the game. Oregon State was driving. It might have gone up 17-7 or 13-7, though Smith certainly could have kicked a field goal on the fourth-down play after the spot was confirmed. Oregon drove 95 yards in 13 plays on the ensuing drive to bleed the clock and take a 14-10 lead into the halftime break.

Oregon fans were also less than pleased with the officiating crew in the first half, though. An apparent face mask on quarterback Bo Nix during a fourth-down sack on the prior possession went uncalled and Oregon turned the ball over on downs.

Here’s what folks on social media had to say about the officiating: