Sean Miller is one of the finest coaches in America. He’s won 74 percent of his games, coached his teams to four Elite Eights, and has won 30 or more games in a season four times.
Those accomplishments are truly great, but his calling card may be how profusely he sweated Thursday night while coaching his Arizona Wildcats against Wichita State. The Wildcats, down 12 at halftime, have made it a stressful night for Miller: He is truly wearing his stress on his sleeve… and collar, and torso.
Twitter took notice.
Sean Miller at halftime pic.twitter.com/yefs4h97ML
— James Solum (@solum8) March 18, 2016
I think Sean Miller stole Spongebob’s shirt pic.twitter.com/AciodixvAG
— Joe Diglio (@Joe_Diglio) March 18, 2016
Please don’t tell Sean Miller that white pants are a thing. — Ryan Nanni (@celebrityhottub) March 18, 2016
FWIW, this is 44% of every New York subway platform in August when a train is delayed pic.twitter.com/nfjZjhUR6c
— Dan Rubenstein (@DanRubenstein) March 18, 2016
If Sean Miller showered while wearing his suit at halftime, we would never know the difference. — Andrew Siciliano (@AndrewSiciliano) March 18, 2016
Sean Miller Spring Breaks harder than girls in South Padre! #wettshirtcontest
— Sean L. Kennedy (@SeanK_Media) March 18, 2016
Ian Eagle of CBS/Turner also weighed in:
Ian Eagle: "I want more analysis on the sweating of (Sean) Miller." https://t.co/37ETjlyTna
— The Comeback (@thecomeback) March 18, 2016
Trailing 31-19 at halftime, Miller changed his shirt for the second half.
Arizona’s jumpers need to be wet, not Arizona’s coach.