Alabama’s season just recently ended, as the Crimson Tide lost to Villanova in the second round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament on Saturday.
However, though the loss is still fresh, that didn’t stop a roast from happening when Alabama players returned to campus — and this one came from a professor, nonetheless.
Avery Johnson Jr. shared how this professor roasted him in a tweet on Tuesday. And it was a pretty bad roast, one that compared a test to the Tide’s poor second-half showing against Villanova.
Here’s Johnson’s tweet:
Alabama was outscored by Villanova 49-31 in the second half of the 81-58 loss. The Tide only trailed by five points at halftime, but the Wildcats pulled away late in the game.
Not only was Johnson a junior guard on the team this year, but his dad is also the Crimson Tide coach.
Johnson’s professor may have roasted him, but Alabama players and fans certainly shouldn’t be disappointed by this season. Not only did the Crimson Tide make the NCAA Tournament, but they also beat Virginia Tech in the first round. The Tide also had wins over Texas A&M and top-seeded Auburn in the SEC Tournament.
Johnson just finished his second season at Alabama after transferring from Texas A&M. He averaged 4.3 points per game this season.
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