SEC officials are catching some heat on social media during the Clemson-Ohio State game.

With Clemson leading 21-16 in the third quarter, it appeared as if quarterback Trevor Lawrence threw a complete pass that was then fumbled by receiver Justyn Ross. The call on the field was a complete pass, a fumble and touchdown return for Ohio State; however, after the review, the officials reversed the call on the field and said it was incomplete.

Below is a replay of the potential game-changing play:

That was a huge momentum-swining play that would have given the Buckeyes the lead. Instead, Clemson maintained possession — and more importantly — and the lead. The Clemson Tigers lead the Ohio State Buckeyes 21-16 after the third quarter.

Below is reaction to the SEC officials’ call: