Iowa Stormed Off After A Win Without Shaking Hands Because Their Opponent...Uh...Played Until The Whistle?
Well, that's a first. I can't tell you I have ever seen the coach of a winning team get that upset when the losing team broke one of his personal unwritten rules by...playing until the final buzzer regardless of the score? Don't get me wrong, those dudes from North Dakota look like damn fools for scratching and clawing just to add to their box score, but storming off in a huff because a couple of players from an inferior team did what they have been taught to do since they first started participating in competitive sports seems like a bit of an overreaction. I want to say that refusing to shake hands after a game is a much more egregious breaching of an unspoken agreement than putting up petty points by legal means, but it would probably fall on deaf ears because it appears Fran McCaffrey doesn't want hear any of that noise. It's too bad, because if he did I would love to kindly alert him to the fact that he almost immediately overplayed his hand by using it to wave his team off the floor to show his opposition that any harmless, unnecessary act of "disrespect" they can do, his team can do better.