Jerry Stackhouse was ejected from Saturday’s Vanderbilt game at Florida as his team was getting destroyed in the first half.
Stackhouse’s Commodores were down 41-19 just before halftime against the Gators. Matthew Moyer missed a layup with 25 seconds left after some contact with Scottie Lewis, who got credit for a block. Stackhouse thought a foul should have been called and started dropping F-bombs on the referees.
Matthew Moyer mugged under the basket. No call. Jerry Stackhouse, who rarely gets emotional, throwing F bombs at refs. Stackhouse ejected. Moyer with what looks like a serious shoulder injury. More good stuff from @SECOfficiating_
— Joe Rexrode (@joerexrode) February 16, 2020
Stackhouse got two technical fouls and was ejected.
Jerry Stackhouse has been ejected. pic.twitter.com/PGqrrn17PV
— Graham Hall (@GrahamHall_) February 16, 2020
Yes, Stackhouse was wearing a green suit for the game, which had many comparing him to the Riddler.
Stackhouse must've realized the Vanderbilt season will be over before St. Patrick's Day, so be might as well wear this suit now. pic.twitter.com/Zs5ogsoE7Q
— David Scott (@Finna_Go_HAM) February 16, 2020
Jerry Stackhouse for tonight’s game… pic.twitter.com/eJ5H5pEVIf
— Emory Cain (@CoachCain5) February 16, 2020
RIDDLE ME THIS … What’s green all over and watches the 2nd half from the lockeroom …. Jerry Stackhouse pic.twitter.com/itqtM9vx4u
— BGLX_ (@lionabl) February 16, 2020
Stack is in his first season as Vanderbilt’s head coach and having a rough go of it. His team entered Saturday’s game 9-15 and 1-10 in conference. The nine wins matched last season’s win total under Bryce Drew, under whom the team went winless in conference.
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