The first big upset of the 2016 NCAA tournament came Thursday in Providence, Rhode Island, where the 12th-seeded Yale Bulldogs beat the No. 5 Baylor Bears 79-75.
Afterward, Baylor senior Taurean Prince was asked a question about Yale's 36-32 rebounding advantage.
"You go up and grab the ball off the rim when it comes off," he said, "and then you grab it with two hands, and you come down with it, and that's considered a rebound. So they got more of those than we did."
To his credit, Prince scored 28 points and grabbed four rebounds (third on his team) in Baylor's season-ending loss (which was Yale's first-ever NCAA tournament win). And with that answer, the 6-foot-7, 220-pound forward added to his résumé what is sure to be one of the more memorable news conference responses in recent college basketball history.