Most college basketball fans probably didn't hang around for the postgame interviews after the Bryant/Ohio State game last night. The Buckeyes beat Bryant 86-48, so most fans likely switched over to, well, anything except that game sometime during the second half. But those who did stay with the game until the very end were given a gift by OSU's Amir Williams, who tallied 12 points, 9 rebounds, and 6 blocks during the game.
During his postgame interview with the Big Ten Network, Williams was asked about his progression as a player over the course of the last few weeks. And he attributed it to the fact that Buckeyes head coach Thad Matta has stayed on his…back. Except, at first, he almost used a different word that was most definitely not "back" (Hint: It rhymes with, er, stick, slick, tick, chick, lick, wick, and, oh, you know what we're talking about!). It was unintentionally hilarious and the face that Williams made after nearly making the faux pas was classic.
This is why you should always stick with a game until the very end, even if that game is a 30-plus point blowout.