The No. 19 LSU Tigers went on the road to No. 5 Kentucky on Tuesday night and scored a big upset over the Wildcats.

However, the ending wasn’t without some controversy, as a put-back by Kavell Bigby-Williams drew some scorn from coach John Calipari, the Wildcats and Big Blue Nation.

As you can see below, Bigby-Williams appeared to touch the ball while it was still in the cylinder, but that’s a call that’s not reviewable:

After the game, LSU coach Will Wade said he hadn’t seen the play, but understands that the rule benefitted the Tigers:

Coach Cal was less diplomatic, comparing it to a call that cost the Wildcats a trip to the national title game a few years ago:

Whatever the case, the Tigers leave Lexington with a win, and have now taken over second place in the SEC standings.