Nevada coach drops F-bombs on live television after OT win over Texas

Ryan YoungYahoo Sports Contributor
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Nevada head coach Eric Musselman dropped come colorful language on live TV after beating Texas in the NCAA tournament on Friday. (AP)
Nevada head coach Eric Musselman dropped come colorful language on live TV after beating Texas in the NCAA tournament on Friday. (AP)

Nevada coach Eric Musselman was thrilled after their 87-83 overtime win against Texas on Friday afternoon in the NCAA tournament. He should be. After all, it’s the Wolfpack’s first NCAA tournament win since 2007 and they had to rally from a 14-point hole to pull it off.

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Musselman may have been a little too excited, though.

TBS, while in the locker room for a postgame shot, picked up Musselman dropping some colorful language. They didn’t have time to censor it, and Greg Gumbel even apologized for some “colorful language by the overly excited coach.”


Musselman did kick off his postgame media conference by apologizing for his language.

“First of all, we’d like to apologize for any language that might have been caught on TV,” he said. “Obviously, we had an excited locker room. We apologize for that.”

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