Ben Howland is the notoriously semi-grumpy coach of the UCLA Bruins. The player to his left is star freshman Shabazz Muhammad.
Howland and Muhammad were supposed to have taken the college basketball world by storm in 2013, but the season hasn’t exactly gone to plan — starting with Muhammad being ruled ineligible to play at the beginning of the season.
Oh well, if you can’t beat the Pac-12 in basketball, there are definitely other ways to put a good jump shot to use.
Like beer pong, of course.
Howland and Muhammad paid the students camping out for Saturday’s Arizona game a visit on Friday night.
Just check out Muhammad’s form. Nearly impeccable.
All of that being said, the real winner of the night’s beer pong festivities?
No question: It’s Howland’s jump suit.
h/t: Deadspin, photos via dailybruin.com (Ryan Menezes and Chris Nguyen, Bruin Sports senior staff)
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