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SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -
Two Upstate girls who love football are a now a YouTube hit.
Logan Foster and her little sister Ada are only 6 and 3 years old, but during play time, they like to talk about Gamecock football.
"I like Marcus Lattimore," Ada said.
"I like the Gamecocks," Logan replied.
So, when South Carolina took on Michigan in the Outback Bowl, the two girls watched with their parents.
"They definitely get it honest," Jason Foster said about his two daughters. He's a fan too, but said the real Foster football fanatic is his wife, Deidra.
"I'm just kind of crazy about it," Deidra Foster said.
During the game, the Fosters said a referee blew a call when he gave Michigan a first down. The Fosters said it wasn't a first down and began analyzing the play and the call.
"We're all just like 'no way,'" Deidra Foster said.
Later, they were able to look at the call again because it was recorded, and that's when Ada and Logan began their analysis of the call.
"The football is really not touching that. It's really not because it's closer to that," Ada said as she pointed to the TV screen with her pencil.
And that's when Jason Foster picked up his phone and hit record.
"The two girls just started going on and on," Jason Foster said.
Ada continued to use her pencil to make her point.
"The referee says it's touching that pole, but it's really not," Ada said.
And Logan got in on the call too. She picked up a phone and wanted to talk to someone about the bad call.
"Hey Mr. Pole, the football is supposed to be touching you," Logan said.
Jason Foster put the video on YouTube and it went viral. And even though the Gamecocks won the game, the Foster sisters still can't believe the ref missed that call.
"It was by probably that much," Logan said as she held her two fingers about an inch apart.
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