UConn basketball head coach Dan Hurley wore an amazingly hilarious pair of socks when the Huskies took on the Georgetown Hoyas.
There wasn’t much of a chance to learn a ton about the No. 21 UConn Huskies during Sunday’s game against Georgetown.
The Hoyas were 6-21 going into the game and the Huskies did what was expected of them, beating an inferior opponent without a terrible amount of fuss.
The college basketball world did learn something about head coach Dan Hurley though. The man has a wonderful sense of humor.
We know this because of his socks.
UConn head coach Dan Hurley’s socks made a statement vs. Georgetown
A still shot of Hurley’s socks revealed they said, “Love me a good poop.”
Those are the socks equivalent of the children’s book “Everybody Poops.” Good on Hurley for carrying on that mantle of normalizing poops, especially good ones.
It makes you wonder what kind of socks we can expect for Hurley as the season finishes up and things get serious in the NCAA tournament. What other winners are sitting in his dresser at home?
UConn didn’t need good luck socks for this game with R.J. Cole leading the way with 18 points while Tyrese Martin dominated the boards with 14 rebounds.
They might need them later. The Huskies are currently third in the Big East at 21-7 overall and 12-5 in conference play. They’re looking to make their second NCAA Tournament appearance since 2017 this year.
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