Vanderbilt head coach Jerry Stackhouse & Austin Peay Assistant Coach Have Words In Handshake Line
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Vanderbilt head coach Jerry Stackhouse didn’t appreciate Austin Peay assistant coach Sergio Rouco lecturing him during the handshake line on how to end a game after a Vandy player dunked to conclude Wednesday’s game in Nashville...




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Originally published on SECRant.com

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In situations like that, I was taught you do whatever it takes to stop the basket. Whatever it takes. If someone gets hurt , so be it
Reply24 days
Basket weaving rules are a bit different than college basketball. Someone would have gotten hurt for sure. Guess who? The short unathletic uncoordinated one with the gut. You! Purposely hurting anyone because they are better than you is what losers do. What athletes with class do is block the dunk and give the Motumbo finger wag.
24 days
Dude dresses like Captain Kangaroo..
Reply24 days
Tweet says I can’t blame Sergio being upset". Why the hell not PUSSY. Play the game and quit crying.
Reply25 days
White people are fearless
Reply25 days
Stack should have immediately gone and dunk the ball again himself.
Reply25 days
Jerry Stackhouse is not a guy that I would lecture, ever.
Reply25 days
why? because he is sneaky fast?
24 days
He didn’t want those problems
Reply25 days
frick that guy. Dont want him to dunk?? then stop the damn dunk. Dont be salty because you coach at a school called Austin Peay. You went to Vandy to get your arse kicked. Take it like a man.
Reply25 days
They probably arent physically capable of stopping the dunk, what if there solution was to take a dive at his knee's? Would you be ok with that?
25 days
ummmm.....if they play defense and block out and not get beat down the court they absolutely can stop the dunk
25 days
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