Kevin Williamson was a referee in the Fiesta Bowl between Ohio State and Clemson. The Tigers went on to win the game 29-23, but there was plenty of drama that took place in the 60 minutes of play.

One play that got everybody talking was when Clemson appeared to have a caught pass that turned into a fumble and it got returned for a touchdown by the Buckeyes’ defense. Many thought that’s what happened, as did the referees on the field during real time.

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However, after further review, the call was changed. There appeared to be clear evidence that the Clemson receiver didn’t maintain possession of the ball to complete the catch, thus ruling the play as an incomplete pass.

Here’s Williamson, explaining the play further:

Williamson explained it as the ball becoming loose when the receiver moved.

Some will look back at the play and think that was the case.

Others, not so much. Many Ohio State fans, players, coaches and even the athletic director have already voiced their displeasure with the call being overturned.

At this point, the game is over and Clemson moves on. Ohio State’s season has come to a close.