Diamond Stone remained in Saturday's game after a very questionable call that involved him pushing Wisconsin forward Vitto Brown's face into the ground following a scuffle, as seen below.
This was taken straight from an NCAA release.
An example of a Flagrant 2 foul would be when a player swings an elbow excessively and makes contact with an opponent above the shoulders. In this case, the player who threw the elbow would be ejected from the game, and the other team would receive two free throws and the ball.
Here's another look:
This is what earned Diamond Stone a tech. pic.twitter.com/rNIr3tVzrR— Ryan Connors (@ryanconnors11) February 14, 2016
After the game Wisconsin players were interviewed. They weren't very into talking about it. (Stone did not speak to the media after the game, and Maryland coach Mark Turgeon hadn't yet seen the play.)
Q: "What did you see during that incident in the first half?"
NH: "I don't know what you're talking about."
Q: "What happened at the end of the first half?"
VB: "You're talking about the technicals?"
VB: "Oh well they shot a free throw and we shot a free throw."
Q: "And right before that what do you remember?"
VB: "Well, I don't really remember much. I was on the ground looking at the student section so I couldn't really see anything."
Q: "Did you feel your head get hit?"
VB: "No. Didn't feel it."
As an added bonus to an entirely uncomfortable postgame interview:
Q: You complained about their basketballs the other day. Did they feel the same today and how did that affect...?
Nigel Hayes: "The basketballs are perfectly fine. I love them."
Nigel Hayes is the man.