Micah Shrewsberry, Markus Burton, Tae Davis talk after Notre Dame loss

It wasn’t going to happen, but a few folks said Micah Shrewsberry should have gotten consideration for ACC Coach of the Year. While he did get a few votes, that award is reserved for coaches who get results that really jump off the page. Finishing tied for 12th in a 15-team conference won’t do that, but that still was seen as better that what Notre Dame was expected to do in his first season at the helm.

Shrewsberry spoke after the Irish bowed out in the second round of the ACC Tournament with a 72-59 loss to Wake Forest. Joining him was Markus Burton, the ACC Rookie of the Year who wrapped up an impressive season by leading all scorers with 21 points and dishing out a team-high three assists. Also talking to the media was Tae Davis, who finished his season with a 16-point performance.

Here’s what the Irish had to say as they talked after a game for the final time this season:

Story originally appeared on Fighting Irish Wire