Iowa basketball coach Fran McCaffery had no patience with the media after a shocking upset defeat to Illinois in the Big Ten Tournament.
Iowa held a double-digit lead with under four minutes to play, which looked like a death sentence for Illinois, but the Illini fought back to take the lead. (RELATED: Daily Caller Sports Reporter Considered For Wisconsin Basketball Head Coaching Job)
Iowa threw the ball away with four seconds left, sealing their fate. In the post-game press conference, McCaffery was asked what went wrong with the play call at the end of the game.
“It’s none of your business,” he responded. (RELATED: Wisconsin Freshman Throws Down Insane Windmill Dunk)
Unhappy #Iowa coach. pic.twitter.com/xdhURh2dYV
— Clark Wade (@ClarkWade34) March 10, 2016
It’s not too hard to understand why McCaffery is in such a bad mood. Iowa spent most of the season as a top-five team and a national championship contender. However, the Hawkeyes have dropped 5 of their last 6 and appear doomed heading into March Madness. (VIDEO: USC Player Traumatizes Defender With Alley-Oop)