Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 2/26/13

Kansas came away with an exciting 108-96 overtime win over Iowa State on Monday night, but the victory has not come without questions. According to ESPN.com, the Big 12′s coordinator of officials said the final minute of regulation in the game is under review by the conference. The play that is believed to be in question came with five seconds remaining in regulation, when Kansas was trailing 90-88. Jayhawks guard Elijah Johnson drove to the lane and barreled through Iowa State forward Georges Niang. It appeared that Niang had his feet set, but no charging foul was called. Instead, Niang was called for a hold when Johnson missed the shot and the ball was loose on the floor. Naturally, Johnson went on to hit both free throws and send the game to overtime. Big 12 coordinator of officials Curtis Shaw watched the game but would not say if he thought the correct call was made. “We will handle the situation and approach the teams appropriately,” Shaw said. “We review every play and take the appropriate action.” As we know, officials miss calls all the time. There is no way for them to be in perfect position to make every call at all times, so that has to be taken into account when reviewing a play. However, Shaw noted that disciplinary action is warranted in some situations. Johnson also threw down this dunk at the end of the game, but later apologized. Had he not benefitted from a possible no-call at the end of regulation, he may not have had any reason to throw down a celebratory dunk in the first place. The post Big 12 will reportedly review final minute of Kansas’ win over Iowa State appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Elijah Johnson apologizes for dunking at end of Iowa State game (Video) Northern Iowa Should Have Never Upset Top Seed Kansas Iowa State AD Jamie Pollard kicked out of son’s high school basketball game disagreeing with call

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