When NCAA Basketball Coaches Attack (Their Own Players) (Behind Their Backs)

There’s something about the college game that makes coaches launch their own players under the proverbial bus, then back that bus up and drive over them several more times until everyone is just a smudge of bus-paste.

Whether it’s a tactic for getting the attention of otherwise-difficult-to-reach youngsters, or merely the uncontrolled venting of frustration by men whose power is unchecked by things like “free agency” and “players’ unions,” college basketball coaches tend to go publicly ballistic on their own teams quite frequently. Especially if their last name is “Knight.”

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