Refs Make Controversial Incomplete Pass Call After Fumble In Fiesta Bowl, Costs Ohio State A Touchdown

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We have some controversy in the Fiesta Bowl between Ohio State and Clemson.

Late in the third quarter Clemson wide receiver Justyn Ross appeared to make a catch and then had the ball stripped away by Ohio State corner Jeffrey Okudah which led to an OSU touchdown. Refs took a look at the play and ruled that Ross didn’t make a “football move” on the resulting in an incomplete pass.

Fans were not happy with the call.

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