The game winning TD wasn't more blatant. The Bama DB clearly pulls scott to the ground and the DB on the slot receiver has to go around the melee. Here is how it is described on SB Nation: The outside receiver on the play runs a quick slant, and the outside cornerback initiates contact and grabs him. This forces the inside cornerback to take a circuitous route to cover the inside receiver, who initially fakes inside, only to quickly cut outside. He is wide open. The throw is perfect. Clemson dethrones the Tide. Tell me where you find fault in that description? You can see the guy being pulled to the ground on the video.