We all know there are 40 minutes to an NCAA basketball game. I'm pretty sure he does some coaching for about 5-10 minutes of those. So what does he do the other 30 minutes of the game? What are your guesses? Mine would be that he fixes his hair for 27 minutes and the other 3 he figures out who he's gonna blame if they lose. Of course this is all in fun hence we lost to him this year!
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I think he spends most of his time asking Craig Neal what defense or offense to run, or asking Neal who to put in. Other than that he ponders what Neal would say after the game in the press conference, cause we all know who the real coach on that team is.
A)He stares at Haluska's girlfriend
B)He contemplates why Keith Smart made the game-winning shot instead of him
C)He hopes that after a game that there are some more Diamond Mine scratch-off tickets so he can win that disgusting Hawkeye car (I HATE THAT COMMERCIAL)
D)All of the above
i agree a lot of it is prolly spent on something relating to his hair, as well as haluskas gf, but of course all men at some point question their sexuality, so I believe he imagines his gay side with Bobby Knight and another scenario with Luke Recker. then the rest is spent wondering how lucky he is to have gotten this far without much basketball coaching talent whatsoever.
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