“The first thing I would say is that officials have a very difficult job do. They get it right far more times than they don’t, but I think the way that game ended (Wednesday) night was a disgrace. It really was,” Stewart said. “You want the game to be settled on the court. I think to have a foul called 90 feet from the basket with two seconds left? That’d be the equivalent calling pass interference on a Hail Mary, calling it on a receiver that ball wasn’t even thrown too. That had nothing to do
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A free throw by sophomore guard Anthony Cowan Jr. with 0.6 of a second left gave the Terps a 92-91 victory over Illinois.Only some late mistakes by the young Illini prevented Maryland from disaster.
T.J. Warren scored 17 points for the Suns.Dragan Bender the former Knick did the rest.
“My own personal thoughts are a no-call would’ve been the right call,” Stewart said. “But, obviously, it was called differently – in fact, multiple times it was called emphatically that it was a block and then all of a sudden it wasn’t a block and it was a foul on (Nelson).Western Kentucky athletic director Todd Stewart was still happy Thursday with the way things transpired Wednesday in Madison, Wisc.