When you think of Kentucky’s game in College Station last year, the first thing you probably think of is Isaac Humphries’ technical for spiking the ball with nine seconds left in overtime. Isaac slammed the ball to the ground to celebrate a big rebound, but the refs didn’t take kindly to it, giving him a technical for unsportsmanlike conduct.
From there, Texas A&M went on to win the game off a Tyler Davis putback at the buzzer. The technical was a huge topic of debate after the game and Isaac couldn’t stop apologizing to his teammates for potentially costing them the game. Fortunately, the Cats got some much needed revenge in the SEC Championship (even if it didn’t matter in the eyes of the Selection Committee), and when asked yesterday, Isaac said he’s moved past it.
“I’ve tried to move on from that (the technical foul for spiking the ball.) Obviously, it’s going to be brought up again every A&M game. No thoughts, really. I’ve forgotten about it.”
Well, the Texas A&M student section, the “Reed Rowdies,” is determined to remind Isaac of the ball spike, posting this picture of one of many signs they’ve made for tomorrow’s game:
— Reed Rowdies (@ReedRowdies) March 3, 2017
Maybe Isaiah Briscoe will have a little fun with the moment in the pregame dance circle like he did last year?
– Tyler Thompson (@MrsTylerKSR) February 24, 2016