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Wichita State Coach's Wife Escorted From Arena After Loss To Kentucky

Wichita State Coach's Wife Escorted From Arena After Loss To Kentucky

The nail biting game between Wichita State Shockers and Kentucky Wildcats took an unpleasant turn when Shockers' head coach Gregg Marshall's wife, Lynn Marshall, was escorted from the stadium by security guards after she started cursing.

Wichita State almost pulled off the second-round upset over Kentucky, but the Wildcats ultimately held on to a 65-62 victory.

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Following her actions, security was called in and a police officer followed her up the steps after the game. While a coach's wife is typically escorted to attend the post-game press conference, it is usually done so with a school official.

Marshall, an extremely passionate supporter of her husband's program, was reportedly visited by security multiple times during Sunday's contest for screaming obscenities and behaving inappropriately.

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In the video, she is seen dramatically leading on the crowd in chanting "defense" and leaned heavily over the railing in despair when one of the players missed the shot. Even still, it's not exactly a great look coming out of an NCAA Tournament game, and certainly not a way to ease the pain of a Wichita State loss. Drew Franklin, a reporter for Kentucky Sports Radio, alleged that the NCAA forced him to take down a video he took of her which showed her very animated at the game.

Lynn Marshall remained in the stands about 10 minutes after the final buzzer.

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A Wichita State spokesman told the AP that they were unaware of the incident and declined comment.


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