Arizona Coach’s Shirt Gets Drenched With Sweat at March Madness Game: Photos, Reactions

Time out! This guy needs a new shirt. University of Arizona's head basketball coach, Sean Millerwent home in a soaked button-up shirt following his team's NCAA tournament loss against Wichita State on Thursday, March 17.

Miller's white top went from crisp and clean to completely drenched within the first 10 minutes of the game. Despite the sweat overload, the 47-year-old — who wasn't wearing an undershirt — continued to shout and look fierce on the sidelines.

Head coach Sean Miller of the Arizona Wildcats at the beginning of the game. Lance King/Getty Images

Miller did, however, appear to look a bit uncomfortable at one point. While standing next to his team, he raised his arms slightly away from his body to try to cool off.

According to ESPN, Miller, who reportedly lost 40 pounds this season after giving up Swedish Fish and beer, changed into an identical top during halftime. Unfortunately, he continued to perspire.

March Madness viewers also took notice. "Where is this swimming pool that Sean Miller keeps jumping into?" one commenter wrote via Twitter.

A second added: "Sean Miller is nervousssss."

Check out more hilarious reactions below:

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