Vanderbilt Coach Apologizes for Saying “I’ll F*cking Kill You” to Player

Whilst you were watching Cavs-Warriors last night, there were other games going on. And while none of them were more entertaining (don’t fact check us on that), a college game between Vanderbilt and in-state rival Tennessee gave us an amusing, potentially viral video when coach Kevin Stallings went ballistic on his own freshman guard Wade Baldwin.

The video’s embedded above and, odds are, you already watched it. In case you’re wondering about the context for the meltdown, Baldwin was clapping in the faces of some Volunteers players after the final buzzer of Vandy’s 73-65 victory. When a Tennessee assistant coach informed Stallings about what happened, he taught Baldwin a thing or two about sportsmanship by forcing him to apologize before berating encouraging him with the line “I’ll fucking kill you.”

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