ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Baylor guard Gary Franklin was so happy to be back home in Southern California ... he slept.
Franklin was in a "food coma" thanks to the team meal he and his mates had at a Southern California staple, Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles upon arrival Tuesday night in preparation for their NCAA tournament Sweet 16 matchup with Wisconsin on Thursday at Honda Center.
"I was able to sleep better," Franklin said.
Franklin ate a lot but not too much leading to his "food coma."
"I had chicken," Franklin said. "I had waffles, and I had a side of fries. It was very filling, so I couldn't move.
"I didn't get mac and cheese and collard greens. We had practice today, and I wouldn't be able to get off the floor, so I had to think about that."
It's good to be home for Franklin. Admittedly, a big family guy, home was a place he didn't want to stray too far away from coming out of Mater Dei High Sch...