Found March 17, 2013 on Bush League Chronicle:
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Oregon and UCLA clashed in the Pac-12 Tournament championship game Saturday night.

With the Ducks leading 25-19 in the first half, Bruins freshman phenom Shabazz Muhammad streaked toward the basket on a fast break, before eventually being called for a charging foul.

His head coach, Ben Howland, didn't like the call at all. To show his displeasure, he ripped off his jacket and proceeded to deposit it into the stands behind the UCLA bench.

Though it would have made for a great souvenir, Howland actually got his jacket back. He was still called for his first technical foul in 10 years as UCLA's head coach.

Oregon cruised to a 78-69 win to capture the conference tournament title.


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