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Arizona’s Sean Miller sweats through first half shirt

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Sometimes, head coaches sweat through their shirts by the end of the game. However, in the NCAA March Madness Tournament, things can be different.

Sean Miller sweat through his shirt in the first 10 minutes in the Arizona Wildcats game against the Wichita State Shockers game from Providence, Rhode Island. He even called an early timeout because he felt like the Wildcats weren’t playing to their capabilities.

The Shockers played in the First Four game on Tuesday. They defeated the Vanderbilt Commodores to get to tonight’s game with Arizona.

The Wildcats are currently losing to the Shockers. If they do lose in this game, it would be the second time that Miller has lost to a lower seed in his March Madness experience.

A few years ago when the Wildcats were No. 1, they lost to the Wisconsin Badgers, who were the No. 2 seed.

Also, with this, Miller needs an undershirt, dress shirt and deodorant sponsorship almost immediately. Let’s hope that he has another shirt to change into for the second half.

If not, then we better hope that he wears his suit jacket for the second half. Nobody wants to see a guy sweat like Miller did in the first half.

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