Indiana Coach Archie Miller Rips Bracketology, Compares It To ‘Sesame Street’

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Indiana basketball coach Archie Miller isn’t a fan at all of bracketology.

The Hoosiers are right on the bubble right now for March Madness, and probably need a couple wins in the B1G tournament to get in. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

However, I wouldn’t recommend bringing up bracketology to Miller because he’s not interested. Following a loss to Wisconsin, he compared it to “Sesame Street” and ripped ESPN’s Joe Lunardi. You can watch his comments below.

Miller sure must be feeling the heat on his seat! I bet he’d love to talk about bracketology if the Hoosiers were rolling.

Instead, they’re clinging to the tournament by their teeth after losing Saturday, and they’re right on the verge of not getting in.


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Miller clearly is worried. If he wasn’t, there’s no way he would have handled that the same way.

Imagine getting lit up by the Badgers and proceeding to rip an ESPN employee. How about Miller go out there and coach his team to a few wins.

He can start there and then focus on bracketology being a joke or not (it’s not). He should spend a little less time focusing on what others are doing and a little more time on actually winning B1G games.


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We’ll see if he can string together a few victories in the conference tournament. If not, Miller might find himself coaching in the NIT.