LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) -Texas Tech coach Pat Knight was ejected after running onto the court twice to protest a call in the Red Raiders' 82-69 loss to Nebraska on Saturday night.
With about nine minutes remaining in the game, Knight erupted off the bench and sprinted across the floor when Alan Voskuil was called for a foul.
His assistants pulled him away and led him off the floor. A few seconds later, Knight ran back to midcourt to scream at officials again and was thrown out.
Knight is the son of the famously volatile Bob Knight, the all-time winningest men's major college coach with 902 victories. The younger Knight took over at Texas Tech when his dad abruptly retired last season.

NCAAB Headlines

NCAAB Top Stories

Thumbnail Ohio St. goes with Holtmann In a surprising move last week, the Ohio State Buckeyes made a switch to their coach of the men’s basketball program. Will the...
Thumbnail Allen ranked No. 1 for 2017-18 ESPN has released its top players ranking for the 2017-18 season and the Duke Blue Devilsare listed with the No. 1 guy. How does it impact their odds to win the NCAA...

NCAAB Team Pages