A ESPN The college basketball broadcaster decided to land a second job delivering food to help make up for the money he lost playing basketball.

According to a report of New York Post, Dan Dakich worked as a driver for DoorDash for a few months as a self-inflicted punishment for losing money on the NCAA men’s basketball tournament last March.

“I come from steel workers, teachers and lost sight of the value of a dollar,” Dakich told barrettsportsmedia.com. “I woke up at 5:30 am and told my wife that I needed to be reconciled. Seriously, I went to the hardware store about a mile from my house and applied for a job because I wanted my money back. I owe my family and I lost a dollar’s worth.

Dakich wouldn’t comment on how much he lost. He said he saw his stepson earn $ 25 an hour and started making deliveries himself.

The 58-year-old had a successful basketball career at Indiana University under the tutelage of Bobby Knight from 1981 to 1985. After graduating, he became one of Knight’s assistant coaches. before landing his own head coaching job at Bowling Green University in 1997.

He then began his new career in sports media in 2009 when he hosted “The Dan Dakich Show” on a local Indianapolis radio station and a ESPN Affiliate radio. He replaced Steve Lavin as ESPN varsity basketball color commentator and studio analyst in 2010, but recently said the company was unlikely to bring him back after being accused of being a misogynist for comments he made on Twitter regarding paid student-athletes.

Dakich’s Wikipedia page has been replaced with “American Basketball Presenter Door Dasher and Radio Host.”