Southern Illinois coach Barry Hinson went on a coaching rant for the ages following his team’s 73-65 loss to Murray State on Tuesday night. In the epic rant, Hinson compared his team to a bunch of puppies and said his wife could do better than his players.
The Salukis shot 38.5 percent from the field and had 13 turnovers in the loss, which drops them to 2-8.
“We’re soft. We’ve been enabled. I’ve got a bunch of mama’s boys right now,” Hinson said.
Hinson continued to unapologetically rip his team. Here were some of the other highlights (via Awful Announcing):
“Marcus was absolutely awful, that’s about as PG rated as I can say it. He was awful. Our guards are awful. Our three starting guards had 1 assist and 7 turnovers. They must think it’s a tax credit.”
“My wife, MY WIFE, can score more than 2 buckets on 11 shots because I know my wife will AT LEAST shot fake one time.”
“When you’ve got a young team it’s a lot like house training a puppy dog. When the dog does something wrong [smack] bad dog! I’m not gonna hit ’em, I’m not gonna swat ’em, but bad dog.”
H/T Awful Announcing