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The biggest debate after the first day of the 2019 NCAA tournament was over Michigan national coach Tom Izzo, who shouts furiously at Aaron Henry during the Spartans' victory over Bradley (76-65). Henry's teammates had to step between the two.

On Twitter, heads and fans discussed whether it was right to act as a teacher to a player – Henry himself advocated a Cris Carter game "First Things First." (He was fine with what Izzo tattooed from a bull's-eye emoji.

Charles Barkley rocked during the pre-tournament TV show on Friday and called on people – particularly experts in "other networks" – who criticized Izzo: [19659005] BEST MOMENTS: Ten important souvenirs from the NCAA's tournaments on Thursday

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"One of the reasons why Tom Izzo is one of my favorite trainers (he is) is training his team. I was so disappointed to hear all these tails on other networks complaining about a coach training his team, "Barkley said 19659005]" Coach Izzo, you keep doing your thing. For a coach it is alright to a player. When did we get to the point where every time a coach shouts at a player turns it into a national emergency?

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