Tied at 71 and six seconds left, LSU guard Skylar Mays drove 94 feet down the court and laid the ball up.
The officials reviewed the play and determined Bigby-Williams' released the ball before time expired, giving LSU a 73-71 victory.
Tremont Waters led the Tigers with 15 points, followed by Naz Reid and Emmitt Williams with 12 each, while Mays chipped in with 11 each.
". It's another one - do you remember we lost in the Final Four when there was a goal, a shot clock violation and they said it was not reviewable and then they changed the rule to say, why would you want to lose a game on a shot clock violation and it's easy to go check?" The SEC is not a two-team league with Tennessee and Kentucky above the rest of the pack.
"Well this one's easy to go check, too". You can't, you know - if you think you're going to win the game down the stretch like this as a team, I mean, Ashton didn't play well today. Our big guy, Kavell Bigby-Williams, we work on (tip-in) drills every day, and as you can see, it finally went through. So we're like Wilt Chamberlain - we change rules.
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The Kentucky Wildcats will now try to turn the stinging frustration of this LSU loss into a fire-breathing performance this coming Saturday against No. 1 Tennessee.
Johnson paced the Wildcats with nine points in the first half, followed by Washington with eight.
The No. 5 Kentucky Wildcats fell, despite solid outings from players including the previously mentioned Washington, who also had 9 rebounds, along with Keldon Johnson, who contributed 16 points with 6 rebounds. On the other hand, Tuesday's loss makes Saturday's game against the nation's No. 1-ranked team even more important. The Wildcats and Volunteers will play in a rematch on March 2 in Knoxville in a game that could determine the SEC regular-season champion.
The win goes down as a big win for the Will Wade's Tigers, who look to build on promising wins and a 6-0 record in road SEC games.
The validity of the buzzer-beating bucket that ended Kentucky's 10-game winning streak on Tuesday night is very much in the eye of the beholder. LSU, meanwhile, gets its crack at the Vols two weeks from now in Baton Rouge.