“What are we doing???” – Patrick Mahomes stunned by Virginia’s March Madness mayhem. March Madness has started in college basketball, and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes isn’t a fan of what Virginia has done.
In the opening rounds, both Virginia and West Virginia were dumped out of the competition. Virginia lost to 13th-ranked Furham 68-67 after a wild and odd end to the game.
While West Virginia was also dumped, losing to Maryland 67-65, the Chiefs star is at a loss for words over the two results.
“Virginia what are we doing?!?!”
So both Virginia teams are now out of the biggest basketball competition on the planet, and the Chiefs star isn’t exactly thrilled by it.
The biggest upset was Furham defeating fourth-ranked Virginia, but it was how the game ended that had the entire sporting world scratching their collective heads.
With the seconds winding down in the fourth quarter, Virginia had a two-point lead and possession. But an errant pass gave the ball to Furham and they sunk a three-point shot with two seconds remaining, which turned out to be the winning basket.
Mahomes and the Chiefs are enjoying their break after the NFL season has ended, but the Chiefs star is rather invested in college basketball…and even he can’t believe the ending of the game.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs gearing up for Super Bowl repeat
While the March Madness results for West Virginia and Virginia didn’t please Mahomes, what will is basking in Super Bowl glory for the next six months.
But the work to begin the title defense is already underway for the Chiefs. They have added Jawaan Taylor and Charles Omenihu, and the team is thought to be interested in DeAndre Hopkins and Odell Beckham Jr. as JuJu Smith-Schuster was snapped up by the New England Patriots.
The bid for back-to-back Super Bowl wins is something few teams have done, but with Mahomes, the Chiefs have a good chance of running it back.
But in the meantime, watching the NCAA Tournament isn’t exactly what we would call “relaxing” for the Chiefs quarterback’s offseason.