Indiana scored a 65-63 win over Illinois in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament on Friday, likely securing a spot in the NCAA Tournament. Hoosiers head coach Mike Woodson was so excited afterwards he let got with some language the network censors won't be to thrilled with.
When asked about star Trayce Jackson-Davis playing a ton of minutes and responding late, Woodson said, "Well, he's 20 years old, sh*t he should be able to respond."
Check it out.
College basketball is the best. That's a coach who is simply on top of the world and, as the kids would say, gives absolutely zero f---s.
Indiana knocked off Michigan on Thursday, erasing a 17-point deficit in the process. Beating top-seeded Illinois exorcised some demons for the Hoosiers as well, especially after the Illini trounced them at Assembly Hall in February. It is the first time Indiana has won two games in the Big Ten Tournament since 2003.
Woodson's team will face either Rutgers or Iowa in the tournament semifinals.