Tuesday night delivered one of the biggest upsets of the college basketball season when unranked Penn took down No. 17 Villanova by a final score of 78-75. The Quakers brought a four-point lead into halftime and nearly squandered the major upset at the end of the game, but held on for a huge win.
The Wildcats lost their third game of the season after being outclassed on the boards all night long. After the loss, five-star freshman point guard Jahvon Quinerly voiced his displeasure with the Wildcats’ use of the former high school standout.
Quinerly, who played just one minute in the upset loss, took to Instagram to say: “was my second choice for a reason.”
The Villanova freshman quickly deleted the post, but not before Twitter could capture a screenshot.
lmao Jahvon Quinerly wants out pic.twitter.com/fAcKAS8d3a
— ryan bowman (@itsryanbowman) December 12, 2018
Quinerly was committed to Arizona before the pay-for-play scandal hit the school with major headlines. He decommitted from Arizona and went on to sign with Villanova.
Clearly he’s not happy with the move.