One final thought I did not include. Taking quotes out of context is a ridiculous way to bash a visiting coach.
When a reporter asks coach McKillop if he thought it was smart to leave his guards open for shots and he says "I'm not going to call it smart, but it was effective" he is saying it to reinforce his confidence in his guards while still praising coach Shulman. But you can take this out of context to fuel your hate if that's what gets you out of bed in the morning.
First of all, a coach saying that he would not use the same strategy as another coach has nothing to do with rubbing it in. When even sports writers are jealous of another school's success, perhaps the opponents coaches aren't the problem.
Second, if you can say that Shulman has half the amount of class that coach McKillop has and keep a straight face, your argument has no merit to begin with. Compare the two coaches on things like their track record with the NCAA and their graduation rates and then try to tell me that a post game quote makes you feel lucky to have your coach.
Finally, to jomo11... This is the first time in the last four seasons that Davidson has not had an African-American on the coaching staff. Perhaps your disgust is actually a similar feeling of jealousy to the one that of the one of Weidmer.
Now, I know how jealousy works. All of you are not going to listen to anything I'm saying and will respond with some emotion of hate. But, there's nothing I can do about that.