I also heard that he would not shake Duggar's hand after the game. Can anyone verify that?
Meanwhile, it makes for a twice-per-season (at least) game that Wofford head coach Mike Young never enjoys. Last season, he called it a circus. In Charleston, that turned into a big deal, nearly a marketing campaign, it seemed. This season, he called it a rodeo. Those events both sound fun, but the Terriers don’t have any. Throw in the fact that there is usually a massive amount of fouls called and a massive amount that isn’t. All that would make the Terriers hold their collective breath if they weren’t already needing oxygen masks.
“We won and nobody got seriously hurt. That’s all I care about,” Young said. “Whatever I told them (before the game) wasn’t very good. Take care of the ball, know you are going to get fouled and take care of the (3-point) arc on the defensive end. We didn’t do those things very well. But we scored 109 points and we won going away.”