Dale Bonner, a star for Baylor, was reportedly seen “stripping down on court” during the NCAA tournament in an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction.


Dale Bonner, star player for the BAYLOR Bears, might want to check his outfit twice before entering the field in the future.

The senior guard was probably a little too eager to get on the court on Friday in order to help lead the Bears to their second National Final appearance in three years.


Friday's game was paused so he could correct his jersey


Apparently oblivious to the fact that his jersey was backwards, Bonner continued on to the Pepsi Center to take on the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos.

The game was paused while the officials waited for him to correct the embarrassing clothing mishap.

KCEN Sports’ Matt Lively jokingly tweeted“Dale Bonner taking off his clothes in this Round of 64 game wasn’t on my Bingo card.”

Although Bonner’s early attire wasn’t stellar, his performance certainly was.

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One of his fans called the 22 minutes he spent on the court his “LEGACY GAME” because he recorded four assists and six points.

In a close game played in Denver, Colorado, the third-ranked Bears prevailed over the fourteenth-ranked Gauchos.

Baylor advanced to the second round with a 74-56 victory and will play in the second game of the tournament on Sunday at Denver’s Ball Arena against the sixth-ranked Creighton Bluejays.

After guard Adam Flagler scored a team-high 18 points on Friday, they’ll be counting on him to have another big game.

Keyonte George, their leading scorer, played for only 25 minutes but scored nine points.

Should Baylor advance to the Sweet 16, they will meet either Missouri or Princeton’s Tigers.

Bonner racked up four assists and six points in 22 minutes on Friday



Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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