Getting stuffed by Kentucky’s Trey Lyles wasn’t even close to the worst of it. (Andrew Weber/USA Today Sports)

Maybe you know Daxter Miles Jr. better as the West Virginia player that boldly predicted that Kentucky would be 36-1 after the teams played in the Sweet 16 on Thursday night.

Well, that prediction didn’t go so well for Miles, as Kentucky had a comfortable 26-point lead at halftime. That lead  continued to grow, and after Kentucky merely doubled WV up, 78-39, the game will go down as one of the most lopsided Sweet 16 games ever.

Naturally, no one decided to let the prediction go.

At least former Wizard Trevor Booker saved some money after a rather generous offer to his followers.