Fans React To Sean Woods' 'Shoving' Incident

Reported by: Ellen Bryan

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 11/22/2012 9:08 pm
Basketball fans on Thursday had mixed reactions to Morehead State Head Coach Sean Woods 'shoving' incident involving one of his player's during Wednesday's loss at Kentucky.

Some fans said a coach should never shove, hit or get physical with players.  Other fans said they didn't think Woods did anything wrong.

Other fans were critical of Woods getting into the face of his players and screaming at them while they're sitting on the bench.  While others said that's part of playing for an 'in your face,' intense coach like Woods.

Did Woods cross the line?  Ultimately, that will be up to Morehead State officials to determine.  A decision from the school is expected by Friday.
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