The Duke Blue Devils' basketball program is steeped in tradition. Many of the Blue Devils' tactics are seen by outsiders as annoying or self-serving, but it's tradition nonetheless. One in-game tactic involves slapping the floor on defense before big possessions to symbolize intensity.
Last night, Miami turned the tables on them, thanks to, naturally, Warren Sapp, a former Hurricane great on the football field.
Miami blasted the No. 1 Blue Devils 90-63 Wednesday night in Coral Gables, and while the rout was on, Sapp -- seated behind the scorer's table -- yelled to sophomore guard Shane Larkin to pull the ol' switch-a-roo.
"I just heard somebody scream my name," Larkin told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. "It was Warren Sapp. He was like like 'slap the floor on D."
And so they did:
(Courtesy of ESPN)
The game was well in hand, but few are going to complain about the Dukies getting a taste of their own medicine.
And the Hurricanes threw it in their face pretty good.
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