The fast paced March Madness Tournament has taken flight once again, and like every year upsets have already taken place. One of the biggest upset so far has to be Dukes lose to a unknown team, Mercer.
Devastated fans faces flooded the television as Duke fell short to a team that shouldn’t have been a challenge at all to the historic men’s basketball team. Outraged and upset dukes head coach is still keeping a positive attitude, and is taking the loss as a learning experience.
“We got beat fair, and square we didn’t play our best, but that’s no excuse” said Head Coach Mike Krzyzewski
“You learn from this games how to better your team, and come out fighting for the next round of the tournament, are eyes are still set on winning this thing”
Confused by this statement we asked Krzyzewski what he meant exactly.
“Well we lost one, but are journey doesn’t end here we are waiting to see who we play next, and we will prepare for that team. Our goal is the sweet 16, then elite 8, final four, and then the whole kit and caboodle.”
We then continued to remind Krzyzewski that the tournament was a single elimination style, and that Duke was done until next year.
“What!? I thought it was double elimination!” said the coach
“Aww, you have to be f**king kidding me! I’ve been getting this kids fired up for next week. So we are done?”
We conituned to tell the coach that he has to be kidding, as this isn’t his first appearance in the tourney, and that it has been run the same way for years.
“You know the years of coaching may have gotten to my head, and it slipped my mind. But like I said we will be back next week stronger”