Didn't intentionally hit the guy in the head. He hit his teammate first, deflected into the other guy.
It's crazy that a hit from Gibbs is likely going to result in a similar caliber of punishment than one given to a player for failing a couple of drug tests. It doesn't seem to send the right message. If this would have happened in a high school game, I'm sure the guy would have been suspended for more than 2-3 games. Why is it that high school kids are held to higher standards than legal adults when it comes to sports?
In order to lighten the mood of this post.. maybe he was picturing Isaiah Whitehead when he hit him.
Decent chance he falls out of the first round. That seemed impossible a few months ago. Him to to Kansas has to be considered a disaster for him personally.