A brutal offensive pass interference call against Clemson ruined the national title January 22, 2020
A brutal offensive pass interference call against Clemson ruined the national title game
The NCAA has taken a page out of the NFL’s book in the national championship game, as the refs have been very far from even mediocre in the Clemson-LSU game.
And a crucial call in the fourth quarter was just the cherry on top as an offensive pass interference call against Clemson took away a touchdown that would have made it a 7-point game with over 11 minutes to go.
Clemson wide receiver Tee Higgins was called for offensive PI, but it looked like LSU safety Kary Vincent initiated the contact and the play should have stood. Instead, Clemson got hit with a 15-yard penalty and punted four plays later and the game was basically over.
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