"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
This is a really funny story. Beilein usually tries to walk to the hotel after games when they are on the road so he can get some fresh air. Last night after the game, he was walking with a local police officer who was his body guard and they got lost.
Mlive story is here.
I will embed the video below.
Hilarious and interesting viewpoint on how small schools can succeed against the mighty.
There are still plenty of games to watch tonight. I think the Providence/UNC game will be pretty good. Also, there is another 12 versus 5 seed and we all know those tend to be good ones every year for whatever reason.
Here is the schedule:
|6:55 PM||(9) George Washington vs (8) Memphis*||TBS||Buy on StubHub|
|7:10 PM||(16) Cal Poly vs (1) Wichita State*||CBS||Buy on StubHub|
|7:20 PM||(11) Providence vs (6) North Carolina*||Turner Network Television||Buy on StubHub|
|7:27 PM||(12) Stephen F. Austin vs (5) Virginia Commonwealth*||truTV||Buy on StubHub|
|9:25 PM||(16) Coastal Carolina vs (1) Virginia*||TBS||Buy on StubHub|
|9:40 PM||(9) Kansas State vs (8) Kentucky*||CBS||Buy on StubHub|
|9:50 PM||(14) North Carolina Central vs (3) Iowa State*||Turner Network Television||Buy on StubHub|
|9:57 PM||(13) Tulsa vs (4) UCLA*||truTV||Buy on StubHub|
The other one's getting a little far down.
Also, Baylor went 38-48 from the line today. 48 FREE THROWS. More than half of their points came at the line, and Nebraska was called for a ming-boggling 31 fouls. This seems to be in line with the experiences of a few other Big Ten teams as well. Iowa was called for 28 in their loss to Tennessee, and MSU was called for 27 yesterday. Hopefully the whistles loosen up a bit for these afternoon games.
MLive has a story on Andrew Dakich and the bench show. Interesting to read about Beilein's reaction. I'd like to watch the film and hear exactly what he has to say.