Clemson beat Ohio State 29-23 in the Fiesta Bowl.

The Buckeyes, after the game, were devastated. They were so close to ending the Tigers’ seemingly 800-game winning streak and advancing to play LSU for the National Championship.

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But, they lost. Why? Many blame the refs.

Many blame them for multiple calls made throughout the game, but the Clemson fumble that would have been an Ohio State touchdown — that eventually got overturned to be an incomplete pass — topped them all.

Here’s another look at it:

Looks like a catch and a fumble, no? That’s what many thought. That’s what it was called on the field. But again, the referees overturned it.

It turned into a simple Clemson incompletion.

And recently, a shirt — licensed by Clemson — adds a bit more salt to Ohio State’s wound: