Pitt coach Jamie Dixon sons misinformed reporter

Thursday March 10th, 2016

The least a reporter can do when asking a question is make sure it’s factually correct. 

Now, this question posed to Pittsburgh Panthers coach Jamie Dixon is technically sound factually, but it lacks a certain context that ultimately renders the question quite pointless. And when Dixon was served up this proverbial meatball, he knocked it out of the park.

Here’s what happened after Pittsburgh fell to North Carolina in the ACC tournament:

Jim Harbaugh wants Judge Judy on the Supreme Court

Woof. Don’t ask a coach about his lack of come-from-behind wins the day after a come-from-behind win. That question would be, uh, hard to come back from.

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