Video from Northern Kentucky University shows two people walk off with a coach's chair after the Feb. 24, 2017 men's basketball game. (Image provided)
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. -- Bryan McEldowney said he's never encountered a situation like what happened Friday night.
Two people appear to have walked off with a chair after Northern Kentucky University beat Illinois-Chicago, reaching the 20-win milestone for the first time since 2011-12.
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Norse men's basketball coach John Brannen uses the chair during timeouts, and McEldowney, NKU's assistant athletic director, said it doesn't have any real significance.
Still, he said the staff was feeling frustrated.
NKU's basketball tweeted out a video of the incident:
Mason Faulkner had 3 steals last night, but his don't compare with this one! The man in yellow and woman in blue definitely have him beat! pic.twitter.com/xVsmbbbMP7— NKU Basketball (@NKUNorseMBB) February 25, 2017
Mason Faulkner had 3 steals last night, but his don't compare with this one! The man in yellow and woman in blue definitely have him beat! pic.twitter.com/xVsmbbbMP7
If you know these folks, you might want to give NKU's Athletics Department a call at 859-572-5193.