ARLINGTON, TEXAS – DECEMBER 29: Head coach Brian Kelly of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish speaks to officials in the first half against the Clemson Tigers during the College Football Playoff Semifinal Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)Clemson currently has a 23-3 lead on Notre Dame at halftime in the Cotton Bowl, and many Fighting Irish fans think the Tigers are getting a little help. Notre Dame supporters are out in full force on social media criticizing the officials.The two plays that most are upset about? Midway through the first quarter, Clemson fumbled the ball on a kick return, and Notre Dame recovered. The call was reversed, however, after it was deemed that the ball touched out of bounds.But did it? You be the judge:Notre Dame thought it had a fumble recovery, but the ball just ?????? out of bounds.Break for Clemson. #CottonBowl pic.twitter.com/fLJ4dHi48e— Sporting News (@sportingnews) December 29, 2018The other play involved Notre Dame wideout Alize Mack. He appeared to catch the ball and fumble it, but it was reviewed and ruled incomplete. The call cost the Fighting Irish nine yards.Man these replay officials must hate ND. The fumble on kickoff wasn’t conclusive evidence to overturn and Mack had a catch and turn with the ball that they overturn for an incomplete pass #cottonbowl #GoIrish— The Sports Guy (@smsportsguy) December 29, 2018Jason McIntyre of The Big Lead isn’t impressed:Let’s keep track of the reviews. 1) Clemson fumble in own red zone. Ball didn’t appear to touch the line. Irish got screwed.2) Notre Dame catch and fumble. Review? Incomplete.SEC refs seeing things nobody else is.— Jason McIntyre (@jasonrmcintyre) December 29, 2018Of course, there are always a number of controversial calls in these games. But Notre Dame fans feel they’ve been on the losing end of a few in a row.This game is far from over, but Clemson is in control at the half. The Fighting Irish will need to find a spark on offense in the second half.