This is one way to kill time during a blowout loss.
Louisville routed Pitt tonight, 77-51, to move to 11-3 on the season. For the Panthers, it was their seventh loss of the year, dropping them to 8-7.
In the middle of watching his team get destroyed, Pitt coach Kevin Stallings reportedly found time to fire back at some Cardinals fans.
According to two reporters at the game, Stallings taunted fans about Louisville’s involvement in the NCAA corruption scandal which resulted in Rick Pitino being dismissed and Brian Bowen being declared ineligible.
Not sure if he was getting into it with a fan or what was going on but Kevin Stallings just yelled out “At least we don’t play our players 100 thousand dollars.” WHAS11
— Whitney Harding (@WHAS11Whitney) January 3, 2018
Kevin Stallings to fans: “at least we didn’t pay our kids 100 thousand dollars”
— Lyndsey Gough (@LGonTV) January 3, 2018
Louisville’s past transgressions aside, Stallings may want to look into paying some recruits of his own. Right now, he’s 24-24 in a year-plus with the Panthers, and things don’t look promising for the rest of this season.