VIDEO: Ohio State INT Call Reversed To Give Penn State 37-Yard TD

Getting every call right on the field is nearly impossible. The wave of blown calls that were deciding the eventual outcome of the game compelled football to adopt instant replay.
Since then, booth reviews and coaches challenges have been invaluable to making the right call.
But the controversy remains. Depending on how the rest of this game goes, the Ohio State Buckeyes might feel like they had the rug pulled out from under them.
Trace McSorely aired out a 37-yard pass that appeared to be intercepted by Ohio State Buckeyes defensive back Denzel Ward. He and Penn State wide receiver DeAndre Tompkins battled all the way to the ground.
The play was called an interception on the field, but after further review, was overturned and ruled a touchdown.

It appeared that the Nittany Lions receiver came down with the ball in the end zone, but lost possession of the ball on the way down.
The review brief considering the importance of the play on the game. Not only did it take the ball away from the Ohio State offense, it pushed the Nittany Lions to a 15-point lead.

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