No coach likes to lose, and some even find things to complain about after wins, but Southern Illinois coach Barry Hinson has taken the post-game meltdown to an art form following the Salukis' 73-65 loss to Murray State.
After the loss, which dropped his team to 2-8, Hinson's press conference quickly went off the rails, as he compared his players to puppies that weren't housebroken, said that Seal Team Six snipers must have been taking out his players, and referred to them as mama's boys.
Some of the most eye-opening comments Hinson made involved his wife, saying in response to a question about rebounding, "I've been telling my wife this for years, 'size doesn't matter' " and later remarked about the Salukis ' poor shooting by saying, "my wife, my WIFE can score more than two buckets on eleven shots."
Turnovers drew Hinson's ire as well, as he speculated that maybe players thought they would get tax credits for giving the ball away, and later quipping that one of them must have said 'Merry Christmas' because he was being so generous with the ball.
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