The question is related to the "Air Ball" Phenomenon, which was studied by Cherrill P. Heaton starting in 1990 and published in 1992 as "Air Ball: Spontaneous Large Group Precision Chanting." Heaton observed that at basketball games, when a player aims for the basket but misses entirely, the crowd will chant "Air Ball" in perfect unison on the notes F and D.
It sounds like a joke, and Dave Barry mentioned it in a humor column, but observers find that it continues to hold up. Heaton himself attended dozens of basketball games with a pitch pipe, and also studied video tapes of professional games.
When you say "Uh oh", does it come out on F and D?
Barry, D. (1995, July 30). Failure in the Key of F. The Washington Post. Retrieved from https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/lifestyle/magazine/1995/07/30/failure-in-the-key-of-f/5a88d010-a19e-43e1-963c-61abc881d077/
Word, R. (1995, September 24). "Scholar's 'Air Ball' Study Hits Serious Note. Los Angeles Times. Retrieved from https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1995-09-24-mn-49383-story.html