College basketball is a game filled with high energy, packed gymnasiums, and rabid fanbases. The physical nature of its play, coupled with the roar of the crowd and magnitude of the moment, put the officiating crew in nearly impossible situations and mistakes do happen. No mistake was more evident than the missed goaltending at the end of Gonzaga and Northwestern, which cost the Big Ten team a chance at pulling off a major upset.
With the margin of error being so slim, and the referees constantly swayed by public opinion and coaching pedigree, the final few minutes of March Madness games see an uptick in 'missed calls' during big moments.
Clay Travis believes coaches should be allowed to challenge game-defining moments like the ones from this past weekend, and the NCAA has the technology to allow for official reviews. So why not do it?
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