In frustration of losing to Wisconsin in the Final Four, 71-64, Andrew Harrison made a comment under his breath that even had Dick Vitale shaking his head on Monday, as heard on 104.5 The Team.

"Frustration, there’s no place for it," said Vitale, to Armen and Levack. "There’s no need for it. You have to show some class and good sportsmanship, win or lose. That’s part of being an athlete, handling yourself with class."

During the post-game press conference, Andrew Harrison of Kentucky made a clear comment under his breath in the microphone when a teammate was asked about Frank Kaminsky.



Kaminsky told reporters on Monday that Harrison reached out to him as well and that he was past it.

"He was certainly apologetic at the end. He was embarrassed, humiliated and frustrated with the loss. Really, there’s no place for those kind of comments."

Perhaps we were also reminded of the youth that John Calapari consistently cranks out on his team as he could have multiple freshmen leave for the NBA and be one and done within the upcoming weeks.