Fred Hoiberg dances in locker room, apologizes to kids for it (GIF)

Fred-Hoiberg-dancingIowa State head coach Fred Hoiberg led his team to a dramatic 85-83 win over North Carolina on Sunday night. After the game, he decided to do something that he should probably never do again — dance.

Hoiberg thrilled the crap out of his players by busting out a little shimmy in the locker room. Fortunately for us, TV cameras were there to capture it. Although the Cyclones seemed to enjoy Hoiberg’s moves, he immediately thought of his children and how he probably just embarrassed them.

Fred’s son Jack also weighed in.

I’m sure the family understands. The 2014 NCAA Tournament has already brought us some mesmerizing dance routines. Advancing to the Sweet 16 is as good a reason as any to cut a rug.

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GIF via @cjzero

Big 12 admits officiating mistakes at end of Kansas-Iowa State game

Kansas-Iowa-State-no-callKansas came away with an exciting 108-96 overtime win over Iowa State on Monday night, but the victory did not come without questions. The Big 12 reviewed the officiating from the game and admitted mistakes were made.

Here’s the statement issued by the conference on Tuesday:

“The Big 12 Conference acknowledges that officiating errors were made at the end of regulation during last night’s Kansas at Iowa State men’s basketball game,” the statement says. “The plays have been reviewed and appropriate measures will be taken by the Coordinator of Men’s Basketball Officials to adjust the number of future assignments for the two officials involved in conjunction with Conference policies.”

The play that is believed to be in question came with five seconds remaining in regulation when Kansas was trailing 90-88. Jayhawks guard Elijah Johnson drove to the lane and barreled through Iowa State forward Georges Niang. No charging foul was called. Instead, Niang was called for a hold when Johnson missed the shot and the ball was loose on the floor.

Naturally, Johnson went on to hit both free throws and send the game to overtime, where Kansas won it.