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Gregg Marshall absolutely loses it during an exhibition game in Canada

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Last night, Wichita State played an exhibition game vs. McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and in the second half, Shockers head coach Gregg Marshall completely lost it after getting his second technical foul. Marshall was ejected, but first, he charged the refs and had to be restrained by his players and coaching staff:

Here’s another view:

Marshall cited several reasons for his outburst in a conversation with ESPN’s Andy Katz this morning.

“There were players with stitches, concussions, not keeping score accurately, a bloodbath, then touch fouls on us,” Marshall said. “I’m not happy nor proud of the reaction but when is enough, enough? I want my players to know I’ve got their back. Once ejected, I wanted the ref to know exactly my impression of his work.”

Can someone get Gregg a Snickers?


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5 Comments for Gregg Marshall absolutely loses it during an exhibition game in Canada

  1. ukjaybrat
    11:36 am August 10, 2016 Permalink

    Would like to see video of the whole game. I’ve seen some pretty crappy officiating in my day without sending a coach over the edge like that. kinda want to see how bad it has to be before a coach completely loses his stuff.

  2. david8577
    11:46 am August 10, 2016 Permalink

    And with that, the Gregg Marshall UK coach in waiting storyline comes to an end.

  3. Realme
    12:03 pm August 10, 2016 Permalink

    Meh. Cal’s meltdown last season was much better.

  4. UK Fan In Nashville
    3:09 pm August 10, 2016 Permalink

    I like the fist pump at the end. Like “Yeah, I showed them!” SMH.

  5. Luether
    3:18 pm August 10, 2016 Permalink

    Sometimes, incompetence must be called out for what it is…