Wright State coach Billy Donlon and his staff were furious to find out no players from their third-place team made the All-Horizon League teams.
On top of that, Donlon was upset with the Horizon League Tournament format, which gives the top-two teams a double-bye to the semifinals and makes the No. 3 through No. 10 seeds to play in the first and second rounds to reach the semis.
For the record, that is not Donlon being sore because Wright State finished third. He complained about the format before the season as well.
After Wright State defeated Detroit on Sunday to reach a semifinal date with No. 2 seed Oakland on Monday, he unleashed his thoughts publicly, attacking the Horizon League and its media.
Here are Donlon’s full coments: