Arguments happen ... but big-time coaches have to know better

Oklahoman Published: March 11, 2013

From ESPN columnist Dana O'Neill:

In some sense what happened between Indiana coach Tom Crean and Michigan assistant Jeff Meyer in the postgame handshake Sunday night isn’t new. Some coaches flat-out don’t like one another, some simply blow their tops after a heated game. It has been that way ever since we learned how to split up into teams.



Except what’s new is the age we live in, the combo platter of 24-hour television coverage and social media. What was OK 20 years ago isn’t anymore -- and while that may seem unfair, well, life is unfair.

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