When the Huskies faced the Georgetown Hoyas, UConn basketball coach Dan Hurley wore a pair of socks that were quite amusing.
During Sunday’s game against Georgetown, there wasn’t much of an opportunity to discover anything about the No. 21 UConn Huskies.
The Huskies came into the game with a 6-21 record, and they accomplished exactly what was expected of them, easily defeating an inferior opponent.
Head coach Dan Hurley, on the other hand, gained considerable notoriety in the collegiate basketball world. He has a fantastic sense of humor.
It’s because of his socks that we know this.
Against Georgetown, UConn head coach Dan Hurley’s socks made a statement.
Hurley’s socks said, “Love me a good poop,” according to a still photo.
Those are the socks version of “Everybody Poops,” a children’s book. Hurley deserves credit for continuing the tradition of normalizing excrement, especially good poop.
It makes you wonder what kind of socks Hurley will wear as the season winds down and the NCAA tournament approaches. What other winners do you think he has on his nightstand at home?
With R.J. Cole leading the way with 18 points and Tyrese Martin dominating the boards with 14 rebounds, UConn didn’t need good luck socks for this game.
They may require them in the future. With a record of 21-7 overall and 12-5 in conference play, the Huskies are currently in third place in the Big East. This year, they’re aiming for their second NCAA Tournament appearance since 2017.