Game 2 of the Clemson Super Regional saw some early controversy as a lengthy review concluded with a surprise ejection.

In the top of the 2nd inning, Florida pitcher Jac Caglianone fielded a ground ball hit by Nolan Nawrocki. Caglianone made a hard tag on the unassisted out. Being the second game of a best-of-3 series for a spot in Omaha, tensions are running high.

There was a collision, words exchanged and a shove in a brief scuffle between Caglianone and Nawrocki. The incident, which saw players leave benches, prompted a lengthy review.

After a stoppage of over 15 minutes, the ejection of Jack Crighton was announced to the surprise of many.

Crighton was on the basepaths, having hit a 2-out double earlier in the inning. The TV broadcast relayed that Crighton was ejected for leaving his position on the field and involving himself in the altercation. If the Super Regional goes to a Game 3, Crighton will be suspended and unavailable to play.

Crighton’s ejection fired up the Tigers and their fans, who vocally disapproved of the umpire’s decision. In the top of the 3rd inning, Clemson tagged Caglianone for 3 runs on a walk, double and home run to go up 3-2. The Gators answered in the bottom of the 3rd with a 2-out RBI, making it 3-3.

The game is currently airing on ESPN.