Being in radio, one of the fist things you are taught is to treat any microphone as a "hot" mic; meaning that it's on and can pick up ANYTHING you say. I guess that Kentucky player Andrew Harrison didn't keep that in mind when he, along with teammates, were being interviewed after Kentucky's loss in the Final Four.

According to Yahoo! Sports, one of Harrison's teammates was being asked a question about Wisconsin player Frank Kaminsky, during which Harrison mumbled "F--- that N----" in front of mic that was on. In the video below, you can just make out what he says, despite his hand covering his mouth. Keep in mind, this video has some inappropriate language.

After social media was set ablaze from the comment, Harrison took to Twitter to do some damage control.

Frank "Big Frank" Kaminsky was asked on Sunday if Harrison had spoke with him, and Kaminsky confirmed that Harrison did. Kaminsky went on to say "Nothing needs to be made off it." It sounds like Wisconsin player Frank Kaminsky wants to forget the incident entirely.

My opinion about the whole situation is that Andrew Harrison needs to grow up and be more sportsman like. So what if you lost, does that really give you the right to be rude and dismissive about another players skills? Absolutely not. What do you think about the whole situation? Is this something that can be forgiven and forgotten, or should there be some punishment for Harrison's actions?