|Bobonne - 2016-03-24 |
The answer they deserved, if not the one they needed.
|baleen - 2016-03-24 |
David Mitchell couldn't have said it better.
|EvilHomer - 2016-03-24 |
I don't get it. Could somebody explain what's going on? I know almost nothing about basketball, and cannot judge the merits of Mr Prince's response.
blue vein steel
He basically gave a John Madden (assuming you know anything about American football) type answer, i.e.: "The team that score the most touchdowns is gonna win!"
He just deadpanned the reporter's question. He was probably still pretty salty after losing to a lower ranked team and didn't feel like giving an in depth analysis on his teams losing performance.
And fuck the Bulldogs, go Cocks!
The Bulldogs are lower ranked?! How could a plebian college like Baylor be fielding a better sports team than Yale? I mean, I know basketball isn't one of those sports that actually counts for anything, like Crew or Squash or something, but still!
I refuse to believe that Yale would allow itself to be bested by a school from a town best known for its cults.
blue vein steel
Ah, my SEC bias made me think you were talking about the Georgia Bulldogs. I assumed Yale's mascot was the Dressage Horses or something like that.
No, Yale's mascot is Handsome Dan, an awesome bulldog who shows up on just about everything, from shirts to local buses.
Here's a recent local news report on ol' Dan: https://youtu.be/0HzzfofszNQ
Also, SFW Fetish Inflation Dan:
Well, ok but you're all missing the obvious point of the player's sarcasm:
The reporter asked about one of the more hard-to-define and probabilistic elements of the game. It's something of a vague, dumb question, and the answer could come down to pure luck.
|twinkieafternoon - 2016-03-24 |
The reporter's brain thinking of a response was likely a cespool of racism that thankfully he checked.
|Sanest Man Alive - 2016-03-24 |
"Any more questions for these two mathletes?"
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