Percent of pass interference calls on incomplete long passes

I wonder if there are stats available on how many (what percentage) of long greater than 15 yard over the top end up with a defensive PI call?

It’s not just in college. I think NFL teams sometimes just chunk it deep with no expectation of a completion, just to get the PI (especially if you intentionally underthrow it).

I saw a high school game (Arkadelphia vs. Ashdown) last night where Ashdown converted a fourth and 37. He threw up a Hail Mary that was answered in the end zone. But that only got them within one score with two minutes left and the onside kick failed.
In case you’re wondering, no the pass didn’t go to our commit at TE, Shamar Easter. Arkadelphia limited him pretty well but other Ashdown receivers did damage.

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