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Watch: Twitter Exploded Over This No-Call At The End Of UNC-Arkansas

UNC vs Arkansas during the second round of the NCAA tournament.

The officiating at the end of the North Carolina-Arkansas game drew plenty of social media ire.

With less than a minute to play, UNC led Arkansas 66-65. With the ball in his hands and the shot clock running down, UNC point guard Joel Berry drove to the basket.

It appeared that he either a.) traveled, b.) charged or c.) both. Instead, nothing was called, and Tar Heel big man Kennedy Meeks tipped in the miss to increase the lead. UNC ended up winning 72-65.

Here's the full sequence.

As you might expect. Twitter went berserk in the aftermath of that no-call. There was also a three-pointer attempted by Arkansas on the previous possession that appeared to have been tipped by UNC, but it was ruled out of bounds on the Razorbacks.

Interestingly, Gottlieb thought something should have been called on Arkansas, not North Carolina.

However, at least one person thought the officials got it right: Sports Illustrated's Seth Davis.

What do you think?