Ohio State receiver soared over a Clemson defender for one of the wildest catches of the season, but nobody knew if it should count

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As it turns out, Wilson’s hand touching the turf did not actually render him down, but it did establish that he was in bounds.

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Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Garrett Wilson got way up for one of the wildest catches of the entire season early in Saturday night’s College Football Playoff semifinal game.The freshman wide receiver soared over Tigers cornerback Derion Kendrick for the highlight-reel play to put the Buckeyes in the red zone on their first drive, but nobody was sure if it should count.Wilson’s hand came down inbounds before his foot touched down off the field a split-second later, but it was unclear whether just his hand was sufficient to make the catch count.As it turns out, Wilson’s hand touching the turf did not actually render him down, but it did establi

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