PROVIDENCE, R.I., March 18 (UPI) -- If you happened to flip to Arizona's first round loss Thursday against Wichita State, you would think that Wildcats coach Sean Miller had been thrown in a swimming pool.
But it was watching his players drown on the court that had Miller looking drenched.
The coach was already sweating so badly midway through the first half, that his shirt became nearly transparent.
ESPN college basketball analyst Fran Fraschilla reported that Arizona managers went back to the team hotel to get Miller another dress shirt.
Managers have gone back to Arizona hotel to get Sean Miller another dress shirt. Needs a dry-fit. #workingthesideline— Fran Fraschilla (@franfraschilla) March 18, 2016
He was forced to change shirts at halftime, but that shirt also became soaked quickly.
Two Things:— Matt Barrie (@MattBarrieESPN) March 18, 2016
1. Sean Miller makes over 3-million a year. Under shirts aren't that expensive.
2. It's 11-mins in. pic.twitter.com/pjch5Pz5tp
The No. 6 seed Wildcats lost to the No. 11 seed Shockers 65-55. The Shockers face the No. 3 seed Miami Hurricanes Saturday in the round of 32.