The world reacts to the controversial ending of UConn Huskies-Baylor Bears women's basketball tournament Elite Eight matchup

Bueckers' 28 points lead UConn to its 13th consecutive Final Four (2:08)

Paige Bueckers goes off for 28 points in the Elite Eight to help the No. 1-seeded Huskies outlast No. 2 Baylor 69-67. (2:08)

What. A. Game.

The UConn Huskies and Baylor Bears played a game for the ages in the 2021 women's NCAA tournament Elite Eight, with the Huskies just edging out the Bears 69-67. Even after a nearly even first half, it didn't look like it would be that close at one point, as Baylor pulled ahead by nine at the end of the third quarter. That was before Paige Bueckers & Co. took over, however, going on a 19-0 run to take the momentum back -- and prompting some excited reactions on Twitter.

But that didn't end up being the story of this game. With time running out, Baylor's DiJonai Carrington -- who finished with 22 points on the night -- had a chance to take the lead, but her shot was blocked by Olivia Nelson-Ododa. The possibility that Carrington was fouled during the attempt was the hottest topic on social media as the Huskies huddled up for their victory dance.

UConn stops Baylor after controversial no-call

Aaliyah Edwards gets a huge block on DiJonai Carrington to help UConn seal the win vs. Baylor and advance to the Final Four.

Even UConn coach Geno Auriemma's daughter had some thoughts about the ending ... although her conclusion about the game seems like something everyone can agree on.