UCLA head basketball coach Ben Howland was ticked off (to say the least) about a call during the Pac-12 Tournament championship game.

Oregon beat UCLA 78-69 to capture the Pac-12 Tournament championship on Saturday night.  UCLA head coach Ben Howland wasn’t exactly elated with a call that went against the Bruins in the first half.  UCLA trailed 25-19 when freshman Shabazz Muhammad was called for a charging foul.  Howland didn’t agree.

Ben Howland proceeded to execute a whirling-dervish hip toss of his jacket into the stands.  Howland was hit with a technical foul.  Amazingly, it was the first technical foul that Ben Howland was issued in his 10 years as UCLA’s head coach.  At least he found a way to pick up a tech in style.

104.5 The Team aired Miami’s 87-77 win over North Carolina in the ACC Tournament championship on Sunday.  104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio, will also have a Selection Sunday Special this evening once the brackets have been unveiled.

Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY.  Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” weekdays from 1-3 pm ET on WTMM.