UConn's Jeremy Lamb Has A Question For The Refs...'WTF?'

With about six minutes left in the NCAA National Championship Game, UConn looked well on its way to winning the title. Still, there was business to be done and the Butler Bulldogs weren't going away.

So when Jeremy Lamb led a breakaway towards Butler's basket, he fully expect to have a fair and balanced chance at scoring another basket to pad UConn's lead. And when he received a massive push to his chest from a Bullsdog that sent him flying to the floor directly in front of the referee, he had a valid question for said ref...

(Earphones up, NSFW)

Fair question, I would say.

UConn won the game and the National Title, but still, Jeremy's question will remain unanswered for all of time.

UConn fans, go join the celebration over at The UConn Blog while Butler fans should go drown their sorrows at SB Nation Indiana and Mid Major Madness.

H/T: Bubbaprog

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