Found January 16, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Washington State’s 75-65 loss to Washington Sunday will be remembered for one thing and one thing only: the moment coach Ken Bone slipped and ate it on the floor. Bone was trying to scramble onto the floor to call a timeout, but he tumbled and landed pretty hard.
“That was the plan,” Bone said referring to the timeout call. “I don’t think they ever saw it.”
No, they did not. But what we saw was infinitely better, so thank you for that Coach Bone.
Chest bump to Deadspin
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Let this be a lesson to all the coaches out there who venture outside the coach's box and onto the floor. Seen here is Washington State head coach Ken Bone losing his feet and going down hard after attempting to call a TO versus Washington on Sunday night. To add insult to injury, his courageous Cougars fell to the Huskies 75-65.
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The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Jan 15, 2012 04:34PM MDT
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