Tennessee and Purdue are headed to overtime after an absolutely wild final minute of regulation. Vols fans are still trying to figure out what happened during their team's final possession.
Tennessee, which overcame an 18-point deficit in the second half, took an 82-80 lead after a Grant Williams put-back dunk. But Purdue's Carsen Edwards, with less two seconds to play, was fouled taking a 3-pointer. He made two free throws, knotting the score at 82-82.
Tennessee, after a timeout, then inbounded the ball and completed two passes to move the ball past midcourt before calling timeout.
But the refs only blew the whistle with .1 on the clock. Tennessee was not able to get a final shot off in regulation.
Fans are crushing Tennessee head coach Rick Barnes for the decision.
Obviously, Barnes wanted to get the ball past midcourt so he'd have the opportunity to draw up some kind of tip play just before the buzzer. But there wasn't really enough time on the clock in the first place.
It's currently 85-84 Purdue with just over three minutes left. The game is on TBS.