A hilarious moment went down during the NCAA tournament on Friday … when Baylor men’s basketball player Dale Bonner was checking into the game against UC Santa Barbara — but his jersey was inside out!!
The wardrobe malfunction happened Friday at the Ball Arena in Denver … where the Bears were playing the Gauchos in the first round of the tourney. Bonner was set to sub in for one of his teammates in the first half of the matchup — but, unfortunately, his BAYLOR jersey looked more like ROLYAB.
Bonner initially didn’t notice the mistake … as referees had to delay the game to tell him that he was rocking his jersey on the wrong side.
Baylor player checked in with his jersey inside out 😅 pic.twitter.com/AMK8X4RMaf
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 17, 2023
Bonner quickly corrected himself and got the jersey on correctly … as everyone on the court stood around and waited for him to get it together.
The commentators referenced the gaffe during the broadcast … attributing the mishap to possible March Madness jitters.
The tourney is known for its wild moments … but no one could’ve predicted this one.
The jersey is the least of Baylor’s issues, though — the Bears are currently struggling in the second half of the game.