WATCH: The play everyone's talking about that sent Tennessee-Purdue game into OT
The Purdue Boilermakers ended the Tennessee Volunteers’ season 99-94 Thursday night.
Once down by 18 points, Tennessee came roaring back in the second half to eventually lead the Boilermakers by two points with just a little over two seconds remaining.
Purdue had an in-bounds play, and Lamonte Turner was called for a foul against Purdue’s Carsen Edwards that has the sports world buzzing.
Here’s the play everyone’s talking about:
Tennessee fouled Carsen Edwards on the 3-point attempt. He made two. This ending has been bonkers. pic.twitter.com/uDRkOPi2GC
— Kyle Boone (@Kyle__Boone) March 29, 2019
Here’s another angle:
Thanks to the new PI review rules, this “foul” call with 1.7 seconds left would be overturned in the NFL pic.twitter.com/NU6Jz8Gb2W
— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) March 29, 2019
Edwards went on to hit two of his three free throws to send the game into overtime. Purdue pulled away 99-94 in the extra period.
Was it a foul? Did he step out of bounds before the shot? No doubt, this play will be talked about for a long time.