Sister Jean explains why she was rocking the backwards hat
Sister Jean continues to amaze all of those who are following the 2018 NCAA Tournament, and her sense of fashion has been on point with her team just two wins away from capturing a national championship.
Sister Jean, the 98-year-old chaplain of Loyola Chicago, wore her Final Four hat backwards after the Ramblers defeated Kansas State on Saturday night. When asked why she chose that look, she simply said that’s the style that’s in right now.
Exact quote from her about this, because she did it earlier: "I just did it because I knew that’s the way they do it, and so, I decided to turn it around." https://t.co/mWTnoTpdwe
— Morgan Moriarty (@Morgan_Moriarty) March 25, 2018
As if the way Sister Jean was rocking her hat wasn’t awesome enough, she also threw some hilarious shade at Charles Barkley.
Sister Jean said she'll go on a date with Chuck as long as she doesn't have to watch him play basketball #MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/oP4WzPkioD
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 25, 2018
It’s impossible not to get wrapped up in the Sister Jean frenzy, even if one player in the Final Four is claiming he has never even heard of her.