Published: Mon, March 20, 2017
Sport | By Stephen Hansen

Apology from NCAA, not from Northwestern's Chris Collins after technical

Apology from NCAA, not from Northwestern's Chris Collins after technical

A missed call by referees during the Gonzaga-Northwestern game has a lot of people talking.

Now that the NCAA has officially admitted the refs made a mistake, you can see how Collins would be even more frustrated.

"It was unbelievable to look up in the stands and hear the chants about us", said forward Sanjay Lumpkin of all those that have come to Utah to cheer the team on.

And the freshman Ivanauskas never has to let go of his teammate-signed March Madness memento, but he probably also needs to make room for signs from upcoming tournaments. I suppose this makes sense - if they were allowed to review everything, there could be a problem with game length.

The Bulldogs (25-8) are going to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2011, when they wrapped up back-to-back appearances in the national title game. After his meltdown that followed an official call that went against the Wildcats, he made his way on CBS more than Julia Louis-Dreyfuss, the actress whose son Charlie Hall is a member of the Northwestern team.

Before anyone could blink an eye, Law was loping down the other end of the floor and setting the Northwestern offense in motion with a chance to cut the lead to just two possessions. Football coach Pat Fitzgerald, giving Willie the Wildcat a run for his money as team mascot, and ESPN personality Mike Greenberg led the crowd in the school fight song.

Understandably, the emotions came pouring out in the final seconds as Collins substituted the rest of his starters after Pardon fouled out.

"Now I'll never have negative memories in this building", Bakamus said. Next was Bryant McIntosh, the plucky point guard who struggled shooting 6 of 19.

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That's an automatic technical foul in any situation, but the coach really did have a reason to be upset.

One Division I coach who requested anonymity, in fact, actually sent a text to a USA TODAY Sports reporter midway through the second half: "I like Chris, but can't believe he hasn't gotten a T".

"I get it was a big play", Few said. They had been asked about their academic standards before their first-round game versus Vanderbilt - another renowned academic institution - and this week's midterm exams.

You might be thinking, "I'm not suer it's legal to stick your arm through the rim to block a shot".

Nigel Williams-Goss rebounded from Thursday's disappointing outing with a much better game highlighted by a dominant first half in which he notched a 14-6-4 line. "But that's something we've faced and something I've faced all the time I've been at Northwestern, when everything has been overshadowed". They made a call, so we've got to live with it.

Law's second half success occurred within the same incomplete framework, but this time just happened to produce the success of the Butler, Michigan State or Michigan games.

Williams-Goss scored 20 points while Jordan Mathews and Zach Collins added 14 apiece to help No. 1 seed Gonzaga advance to the Sweet 16 for the third consecutive season.

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