Notwithstanding the above, the Mississippi St. Bulldogs played an incredible game despite some serious adversity, much of it self-inflicted. Ravern Johnson’s suspension was not Kentucky’s fault. Jarvis Varnado’s frustrated foul-out was not Kentucky’s fault. But to be very fair, MSU had a couple of calls, a block/charge and a goal-tending call go against them at the end of the game. The block could have gone either way, and to be fair to the officials, the goal-tending was only visible on replay — no way they could have got that call right live except by flipping a coin. Still, those two calls ought to have given Bulldog fans a reason for some frustration. It did not justify flinging debris at the players and officials on the floor.