South Carolina lost a tough game to Georgia on the road on Saturday afternoon, and tensions flared on the sidelines during the second half. Two of the Gamecocks’ defensive coaches engaged in a heated shouting match that was caught on camera. They had to be separated after they were shown on camera screaming at one another.
The ironic thing about the exchange was it took place after the South Carolina defense forced a three-and-out. That just goes to show you that these things can happen no matter what the situation, especially during a huge game.
Naturally, the coaches made nice after trying to rip each other’s heads off. ESPN sideline reporter Holly Rowe later said that they hugged it out and traded pats on the butt after. We’ve seen how certain players can cause sideline brawls between coaches, so again this is nothing new.Google+