Found March 17, 2012 on Holdout Sports:
Marquette head basketball coach Buzz Williams apparently screamed too much while preparing his team for Saturday's NCAA tournament third round game against Murray State. The evidence showed after Marquette won the game, as Williams had no voice left for his postgame interview with CBS's Lesley Visser.

It's a good thing Williams has a few days to prepare for his team's Sweet 16 matchup. That should give him enough time for his voice to recover.

NCAA/CBS video via Yahoo! Sports. H/T The Dagger.
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