The Purdue-Indiana game on Tuesday night provided was an exciting rivalry matchup that provided plenty of ups and downs and included a game-winning bucket with three seconds left. It was an ugly, scrappy, hard-fought contest that had both fanbases on the edge of their seats.

While the game-winning bucket and the sloppy play were the primary topics of interest after the matchup, there was a not-so-pleasant issue that slightly marred the thrilling finish.

It was a three-word chant the echoed through Assembly Hall and was audible through the television broadcast: “(Bleep) you, Haarms!”

That chant has been a topic of discussion since the crowd in Bloomington started it in the first half of Tuesday night’s game. And a former player and Indiana’s athletic director weren’t too thrilled to have Indiana University represented in that light.

According to Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star, IU AD Fred Glass called his counterpart at Purdue, Mike Bobinski, to apologize about the chant. Former Hoosier great Alan Henderson went off about the situation on Twitter.

Here’s the four-tweet rant Henderson went on about the chants at Assembly Hall:

Henderson played for Indiana under head coach Bobby Knight from 1991-95, leading the team in rebounding all four years. He averaged 23.5 points per game as a senior and was selected in the first round of the 1995 NBA Draft.

Though Haarms was the target of the IU fans on Tuesday, he also got the best revenge possible, scoring the game-winning basket with just 3.2 seconds left, lifting Purdue to a 48-46 victory.