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The clock showed 0.2 seconds for the Huskies' final inbounds play, but it appeared at perhaps as much as a full second could have been left. Though Pac-10 officials seemingly consult courtside television monitors during most games as often than the TV announcers do, and had done so multiple times in this one, they didn't this time.
"I asked them to. They didn't want to do it," Romar said.
The lack of a review was significant. A full second, or even, say, 0.7 seconds, would have allowed for a Husky to catch and shoot before time expired, greatly expanding UW's final options to win.