Coaching your team through March Madness can be stressful, but it really made Arizona Wildcats coach Sean Miller sweat. During Thursday's first-round NCAA game between the Wildcats and Wichita State, Miller completely soaked his shirt!
It sounds hard to believe, but the pictures don't lie: This is how Miller, a veteran coach in his seventh season at Arizona, looked just 11 minutes into the game:
Awash in concern, assistants made sure he could change his shirt during halftime (maybe he picked up an undershirt at the same time):
Naturally, folks on the Internet released a gusher of comments:
Look, when they tell you to make it rain, some people just take it more seriously than others. (And here's hoping Mr. Miller doesn't actually have a medical condition that precipitates such issues like hyperhidrosis.)
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In any case, we hope someone brings a torrential number of towels to the next game: Miller will probably need them: Arizona lost to Wichita 65-55.