The NCAA tournament can make the most poised coach sweat. Arizona’s Sean Miller took it a whole other level Thursday.
Miller, the former Xavier coach who is the older brother of Dayton Flyers coach Archie Miller, had to change shirts at halftime of a game against Wichita State in Providence, R.I., because he was drenched by sweat and didn’t wear an undershirt. Fans could see right through the white shirt.
No. 6 seed Arizona lost 65-55 to No. 11 Wichita State, which started the tournament Tuesday with a 70-50 victory over Vanderbilt at UD Arena.