Here's the AP story to sum it up.
The score was tied. There was less than one second to play, and Georgetown's Jonathan Wallace was dribbling 70 feet from the basket when he heard the whistle.And here's the video.
He wondered what was up. After all, there's no way a referee would call a foul in that situation, right?
That "nudge" was a bump from Villanova's Corey Stokes, the 48th foul called in a frustrating, stop-and-start game. Wallace hit both free throws with one-tenth of a second on the clock to give the No. 8 Hoyas a 55-53 victory.
Sure, Georgetown could've gone in to OT and outscored 'Nova 10-0. Not probable, but our money would've been on the Hoyas, a top-10 team playing at home.
Still, criminal. No way to end an important game. Seattle Seahawks fans, feel free to make an officiating joke here.