This highlight comes from the Penn State-Baylor National Invitation Tournament final on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden. Penn State's Danny Morrissey plants his face into the court while trying to chase down a loose ball.
Penn State's Stanley Pringle has had his hands full this season after being charged with open lewdness and disorderly conduct last April when a woman accused him of masturbating in a university library.
Pringle denied the charges, telling police he had "a bad habit of putting his hand down his pants."
"Why would I need to masturbate?" Pringle told police, according to the criminal complaint filed against him. "This is how I chill, ma'am."
"I've got ears," Pringle said. "How can you not hear it? They're definitely trying to get in my head."
But Pringle has been at his best in road games, including a career-high 26 points at Wisconsin when he scored 20 of his team's final 27. He's averaging almost eight more points in road games and is shooting 47.4% from three-point range to lead the Big Ten.
"It's funny, because the more noise they make, the better I seem to like it," Pringle said. "Like when we were at Purdue, the guys were yelling all this stuff when I was at the free throw line, and I made both of them. The next time, they didn't say anything, and I missed one. I was like, 'Man!' "