Found January 03, 2013 on Diehardsport:
The Arizona Wildcats won a controversial game Thursday night against Colorado after the refs screwed over the Buffaloes in the final seconds of regulation.Colorado’s Sabatino Chen appeared to have hit the game winning 3-point shot with .1 seconds remaining. However, after the refs reviewed the shot, they determined that it didn’t count.Here’s the reason the banked game-winning shot never counted for Chen (look at the clock behind the basket).To review: Light, irrelevant. Fact that they called it good, irrelevant. Clock on TV screen, irrelevant.Clock over backboard: decisive.— Seth Davis (@SethDavisHoops) January 4, 2013Arizona won the game in overtime, 92-82. The potential meaning of this game when March roles around, Arizona as a No.1 seed and Colorado fighting for a spot in the tournament, is frightening. Hope the NCAA committee remembers this play when all is said and done.[Video via @RobDauster] [Photo via @CorkGaines]

Refs blow call in Colorado-Arizona game

In a very entertaining game, the Colorado Buffaloes went to Arizona and beat what was a previously undefeated team. Sabatino Chen completed an unreal career night with a 3-pointer at the buzzer. Unfortunately, the refs (and this wasn't their first mistake of the night favoring Arizona) defied all logic by looking at the film and deciding that the shot wasn't good. Here...

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College basketball fans (and fans of legitimate basketball shots, in general) did a collective “WTF???” on Thursday night after referees waived of Colorado Buffaloes guard Sabatino Chen’s three-point buzzer beater. Chen’s deep ball would have knocked off the previously undefeated Arizona Wildcats. Replay rules allow for referees to review all shots as time expires, and multiple...

Let's Face It: Colorado Got Screwed...

((HT: ESPNU/youtube)) Colorado's Sabatino Chen banked this shot in before everything went off at the McKale Center... but it didn't count... The HQ has no idea why, other than blindness... In overtime, everything returned to its normal state in Bear Down! country as the Wildcats won... something that will stay with the Buffs a for a while...

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PHOENIX -- Arizona and Colorado have developed a nice little rivalry in two short seasons together in the Pac-12. The Buffaloes knocked the Wildcats out of NCAA tournament contention with a 53-51 victory in the Pac-12 tournament championship game last season. And while that one went down to the end, it was nothing like the controversial finish to Arizona's victory Thursday,...

Arizona pulls off stunning rally, stays perfect

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