What exactly did Adia Barnes say?
Barnes, once a dynamic Arizona player and now a rising star in the coaching world, gave an animated speech to her team. … “I did not cuss out the NCAA,” Barnes said after Arizona’s 69-59 victory in San Antonio. “I did say a cuss word. The cuss word is basically, forget everybody, more of a chosen word.
What did Arizona’s women’s coach say?
SAN ANTONIO — Arizona Wildcats women’s basketball coach Adia Barnes said Saturday that she has nothing to apologize for after she used a middle finger and an expletive in a postgame huddle with her team in the joyous moments following a 69-59 win over UConn in the Final Four.
What did Arizona basketball coach say?
“I did say a cuss word. The cuss word is basically, ‘Forget everybody. … Forget everybody if they don’t believe in us, because we believe in us. ‘”
What did Adia Barnes say after the game?
“I did not cuss out the NCAA,” Barnes said immediately after the game. “I did say a cuss word. The cuss word is basically, ‘forget’ everybody, more of a chosen word. Forget everybody if they don’t believe in us, because we believe in us.
What did the Arizona women’s basketball coach do?
Adia Barnes, head coach of the University of Arizona Wildcats women’s basketball team, got her players pumped up at halftime during Sunday’s NCAA National Championship game against Stanford. And she did it while pumping breast milk for her 6-month-old daughter, Capri.
Who was the Arizona women’s basketball coach?
Is Arizona basketball coach Black?
Dawn Staley and Adia Barnes make history as Black head coaches in the Final Four. Dawn Staley made no bones about it — she was rooting for Arizona to advance to the Final Four.