- The Washington Times - Wednesday, January 3, 2018

University of Pittsburgh men’s basketball coach Kevin Stallings admitted to losing his cool Tuesday after a 77-51 loss to Louisville. 

During the game, a mic caught Stallings yelling at fans, “At least we didn’t pay our guys $100,000” — a reference to the FBI investigation of an alleged bribing scandal involving Louisville paying money from Adidas to a recruit’s family. 

Stallings said he wasn’t going to let his players take insults from fans. 

Here is the clip of Stallings talking back to the crowd:

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