Found March 17, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
Bo Ryan got his Gregg Popovich on during an interview with CBS’ Tracy Wolfson at halftime of Wisconsin’s 50-43 loss to Ohio State in the Big Ten championship game Sunday. Ryan refused to give detailed answers to Wolfson, ensuring that the three-question interview didn’t last longer than 20 seconds. “Well they made some shots,” Ryan answered one question. He was asked a followup question about what adjustments they could make, and he was equally brief. “Try to keep them from making shots.” Surprisingly, the Badgers were actually leading 24-23 at the time. I’d hate to see what his answers would have looked like had they been losing. We’re not fans of in-game interviews because we find them intrusive, but there’s no reason to be that rude. I think Ryan has been watching too many Popovich interviews lately. Video via World of Isaac, The Big Lead Related posts: Gregg Popovich shuts down Charles Barkley interview after two questions (Video) Ryan Mallett Reportedly Admitted to Drug Use ...

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