Gareon Conley picked a heck of a time to make his second interception of the day. But it wasn’t to be.
The Ohio State defensive back made a fantastic play on a deep ball by Wisconsin QB Alex Hornibrook with just less than a minute to go in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s game. He stuck in man coverage all the way and turned at the perfect time to make a play with one hand.
It was called an interception on the field, but reversed. The ball just grazed the ground, but referees had enough to overturn it. It kept the game at 23-23.
This play may have saved Ohio State's season. https://t.co/WghSDEXVmu
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) October 16, 2016