Senior center Jon Harrison came to media interviews for the first time since his ejection in the Arkansas game and explained why he was tossed in the second half for touching an official. “What happened was, one play I got face-masked, then the next play I got called every version of the ‘N-word’ known to man,” he said. “And I went up to the ref and I'm like, 'Ref, please, you have to control this player. He's been calling me every racial slur.' “I talk with my hands and I touched the ref in his chest. I didn't poke him. I didn't even know I got ejected. I was sitting on the sideline talking to the coach and I heard my number, and then they just walked me off the field. There was no malicious intent. “I was honestly just trying to tell the ref to get this player because I was getting attacked, I felt like I was getting harassed, and it was beyond football. Calling me the N-word and everything is not football anymore. It is just going out of your way." Harrison did not identify the Arkansas player. http://www.gatorsports.com/article/20131112/ARTICLES/131119918?p=all&tc=pgall I get that these things are said on the football field, but this sounds overboard.