Coach dousing has been taking place for more than two decades, so it's pretty strange that TV cameras still insist on following the players dunk the Gatorade on a coach's head -- not like the people at Gatorade are complaining. But what happened Thursday night, I believe, was actually worth following and ESPN did a good job.
Central Michigan was within seconds of winning their first MAC Championship since 1994. The players wanted to dunk their coach Brian Kelly, but they actually got to the bucket too late. As the players were getting close, the clock actually expired and Kelly started running towards the middle of the field to great opposing coach Frank Solich.
Talk about bad clock management! So the players dropped the Gatorade bucket and Kelly never got doused. The ESPN crew replayed the error twice.