WATCH: Curious no-call in final seconds dooms Kentucky in loss vs. Florida
Was there contact? 'Everybody saw it,' UK coach John Calipari said
With the clock ticking down on Saturday against Florida and the Wildcats trailing by 2 points, wing P.J. Washington got hacked taking it up to the rim. But instead of drawing a foul that would've given UK a chance to tie the game by way of foul shots, it lead to an inbounds play that ultimately produced nothing as UK lost 66-64.
Kentucky coach John Calipari avoided answering whether or not he thought the play should've drawn a foul, but his indirect response said all you need to know.
Unsurprisingly, Florida coach Mike White saw something else.
In a bang-bang play like that, it's absolutely a tough call. But needless to say that in a potential game-altering scenario such as that one, there's almost never going to be a case where both coaches agree on a controversial ending. That's how things go.
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