Kentucky's Aaron Harrison exchanges words with Arkansas fan following upset (Photos)

Dec 28, 2013; Lexington, KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats guard Aaron Harrison (2) shoots against Louisville Cardinals forward Stephan Van Treese (44) during the second half at Rupp Arena. Kentucky defeated Louisville 73-66. Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes-USA TODAY Sports

On Tuesday night, the most exciting finish of the college basketball season took place when the Arkansas Razorbacks shocked the Kentucky Wildcats in overtime.

After battling the Wildcats all throughout the game in regulation, Arkansas pushed the game to overtime, where they were still able to keep the fight up.

With the clock winding down, Kentucky knocked down a three-pointer to tie the game up at 85, making it appear as if we were headed for a second overtime.

Then, the miracle happened. With three seconds to go, Michael Qualls had the put back dunk hear ’round the world when he slammed through an errant three-point attempt to give his team the monumental win.

After the game, obviously, the Razorbacks faithful stormed the court with glee.

While it was an exciting time for Arkansas, it was something way less than that for the stunned Wildcats.

Apparently, emotions ran a little high for Kentucky’s Aaron Harrison, who got into it with a fan after the game.




Luckily, the UK assistant was there to calm the situation a little or else this could have gotten very ugly.

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