San Diego State will advance to the Final Four for the first time in program history following its 57-56 win over Creighton in the Elite 8.

But while the Aztecs might be dancing their way to Houston, fans were in uproar after a controversial call in the closing seconds.

With 1.2 seconds remaining, the game remained tied at 56 apiece. SDSU’s Darion Trammell tried to deliver a floater before the buzzer, but Creigton’s Ryan Nembhard tipped the ball for it to land short. That was the initial thought, but after further review, it was determined by officials that Nembhard’s hand was on Trammel’s hip long enough to lead to a foul.

Here’s the crucial play:

Trammell missed the 1st free throw, but made the 2nd to give SDSU the lead and the victory.

In reality, the play could have gone either way, but given the ramifications of the outcome, fans took to Twitter to express their frustration with the officiating, along with heartbreak for the Bluejays.

Here’s the best of that reaction:

While some were in arms based on the outcome, others defended the call, stating that the rules can’t be changed due to the ramifications of what’s at stake.