Found March 26, 2013 on College Spun:
While Aaron Craft’s buzzer-beating 3-pointer may be the play that’s ultimately remembered from Ohio State’s third round victory over Iowa State in this year’s NCAA Tournament, it was a charge he took underneath the basket on a previous ISU possession that allowed the Buckeyes the opportunity to even have a chance to win the game in the first place. Many, however, argue that the refs blew the call, saying Craft flopped. Regardless of which side of the debate you take, you’ll most likely enjoy the hashtag that’s been trending on Twitter in response. Users have been posting a photo of Craft falling backwards in different scenarios, including scenes from Independence Day, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and The Big Lebowski. Here are some of the best we’ve found. #aaroncraftdrawschargesfromstuff twitter.com/nmartz7/status… — Nolan Martz (@nmartz7) March 26, 2013 #AaronCraftDrawsChargesFromStuff twitter.com/Rubie_Q/status… — Rubie Q (@Rubie_Q) March 25, 2013 #AaronCraftDrawsCharge...
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