I understand that their is a lot at stake for these coaches. However, this guy acted like a complete fool during the game. No excuses. A leader is supposed to keep calm during times of difficulty. This steadies the troops.
I understand that sometime you get a T to fire up the troops but this was more than that. This was a total loss of control complete with F bombs and physical confrontation. This was inappropriate.
Again, I understand it as you give a man millions to coach a kids game and bad ish happens. Former pampered athletes who havent lived in the real world since say they were 17 -18 are going to have. tough time in their 40's-50's when facing real world problems.
I also understand the officiating from his perspective was trash. However, this is an away game at in a hostile arena with a team that protects its turf and fully expected to win. This type thing isnt unexpected. Hey have your guys play better. Have you guys play through.
I though the T was excessive. However, I also though it was getting a bit chippy. Refs, have to keep order and lets be clear refs rarely , if ever, favor VCU. It doesnt happen. We've been on the bad side of what we all believed was poor officiating it happens.
Finally, what bothers me the most isnt even his behavior as horrible and juvenile as it was. What bothered me is this man has no remorse. A classier person would have stated that they lost their cool and it shouldn't have happened. Not Stack. I remember his behavior in Philly when he had beef with Iverson which led to his trade. Seems like nothing changed. I hope the SEC sits his butt for a few games.