Seton Hall’s Sterling Gibbs Suspended 2 Games For Hitting Villanova’s Arcidiacono in the Face
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Seton Hall’s Sterling Gibbs has been suspended 2 games for hitting Villanova’s Ryan Arcidiacono in the face during Monday’s game.
Gibbs did apologize for his actions during a post-game interview.
“I want to apologize to Ryan Arcidiacono. That’s not who I am,” he said. “I made a real bad mistake. I was caught up in the moment—I was caught up in the heat of the battle. He made a real good play and my temper just got the best of me. I really want to say sorry. It’s really weighing on my mind a lot.”
Sterling also apologized to Arcidiacono on Twitter and Ryan replied saying it’s “all good.”
Emotions sometimes get the best of us. heat of the moment thing. We’re all good. @SterlingGibbs4
— Ryan Arcidiacono (@RyArch15) February 17, 2015