WATCH: ‘F*ck You’ – Jerry Stackhouse loses his mind on officials, gets escorted off the court by security after a VERY soft technical foul call
Former Philadelphia 76ers player and now head coach of Vanderbilt went OFF on the referees last night during the Commodores game against VCU thanks to a very soft technical foul call that should have never happened in the first place.
Jerry Stackhouse Losing His Mind on the Refs
Shout out Tom McCarthy on the broadcast crew for the game. Just hearing his voice makes me think of the Philadelphia Phillies. Can’t wait until we have baseball back in the city of Brotherly Love. Spring Training can’t come soon enough!
Check out that side-step by the cop to stay in front of Jerry Stackhouse. Pretty impressive to stay in front of Jerry while he’s going completely ballistic at half court and delivering a very impressive ‘fuck you’ to the referees.
Jerry Stackhouse Escorted Off the Court by Security
Side Note: Relax Adam. The officials deserved to be berated after that soft-ass technical foul call on the dunk.
Okay so what exactly happened? Why is Jerry Stackhouse screaming “fuck you” at the refs which ultimately led him to be escorted off the court? Well, the refs issued a technical foul for taunting after a Liam Robbins dunk and a very minimal celebration what the kids are calling “on his head”.
This is the play that led to Jerry Stackhouse to go nuclear on the officiating crew, which ultimately led to his double-technical and ejection. Vany’s Liam Robbins dunked and did that the kids call a “on his head” celly. Robbins got a technical on the play, which seems like a VERY soft call to make in the first place. Now it makes perfect sense why Jerry was so upset, right?
From there, the refs got exactly what they just tried to prevent: A fuming Jerry Stackhouse taunting them instead of the players, which led to Jerry getting thrown off the court and being hauled off by security.
As for Stackhouse, things haven’t been pretty during his time at Sandy. He was hired in 2019 but has been unable to turn things around in Nashville. He notched his first winning season last year, going 19-17 and this year, Vandy is off to a slow 3-4 start. He is now 42-58 in three-plus years as head coach at Vanderbilt.