North Florida head coach Matthew Driscoll gave an all-time classic response during a halftime interview.
The North Florida Ospreys and Robert Morris Colonials are battling for the right to head to the next round in March Madness. Ever since the NCAA expanded the field to 68, there has been four play-in games to determine who moves on to face either the No. 1 seed or the No. 5 seed.
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With North Florida and Robert Morris having a back and forth game, the head coach of North Florida, Matthew Driscoll broke down what it was going to take to come away with a victory.
Driscoll said in the halftime interview, “Players being players, ballers make plays, dudes are dudes. I mean, that’s the way life works.”
While Driscoll’s response was vague and offered no breakdown or analysis, the North Florida coach kept it real with his assessment of what it takes to win.
His assessment is a classic response that will probably live on infamously in the forms of memes and other uses of the social media age.
He isn’t wrong however, players will have to make plays and ballers will have to be ballers if North Florida is going to move on.
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