Friday, August 28, 2015

Bruiser's technical foul

A postgame press conference worth hearing again.

Bruiser's technical foul


I've gotten out of the habit of posting press conference audio lately, but I just have to share this one with you.

As I noted in the game blog that basically none of you followed, Drexel coach Bruiser Flint got hit with a techinical foul for arguing with the referees late in the first half.

After the game, Flint went on a nice little riff about the play that led to the foul, why the foul was called, and some rather interesting things the ref who called the foul said to Flint later in the game.

I won't spoil the story any more than that. So click on the audio player below and listen for yourself.
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