Jerry Stackhouse didn’t appreciate Austin Peay assistant coach Sergio Rouco lecturing him on how (allegedly) a Vandy player didn’t play with class by dunking at the end of Wednesday’s game in Nashville. “I’ll coach my team and you coach yours,” Stackhouse reportedly told Rouco while jerking his hand away from Sergio during the handshake line festivities.
Listen, if there’s a guy you probably don’t want to test in a handshake line, it’s Stack. Let’s not forget this guy’s history. This is a guy who wanted to knockout Jerry Sloan. This is also a guy who threw legit hands at Jeff Hornacek back in the day. There are NBA guys who fake fight and then there’s Stack and a left to Jeff’s face. Back in 2013 Stack told a story about how he had to stop playing against one of his brothers because they would drop gloves on a consistent basis. Jerry says his most memorable moment was a fight with Kirk Snyder after a game in Utah…in the tunnel.
Add it all up and Sergio got real lucky last night. Take the L and head on home to Clarksville, TN.
Knock his ass out Stack! https://t.co/LMRg4AKcbh
— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) November 21, 2019
"I'll coach my team and you coach yours."
What Jerry Stackhouse said about an Austin Peay assistant criticizing him in handshake line because Saben Lee dunked the ball at the end of game.
— Adam Sparks (@AdamSparks) November 21, 2019
Lot of talk about the incident during the handshake at the end of the game. I can only imagine it was about Saben Lee’s dunk at the end with seconds left and a 16 point lead which I can’t blame Sergio being upset about.
Win with respect.
— Gov Nation 🔴⚫️🎩🏆 (@PeayPride) November 21, 2019