Video: Paul Rhoads went off on Big 12 officials after loss to Texas

David Purdy

Iowa State's emotional head coach might've just reached a new level of emotion. And deservedly so.

Update: There is now video:

The first two minutes or so build and build to a crescendo of coaching intensity, while the last five minutes are more brooding-based intensity. It's all very intense.

Iowa State head coach Paul Rhoads has reason to be angry after his team's 31-30 loss to Texas, which came down in part to this apparent Jeremiah George recovery of a fumble by Johnathan Gray being reviewed and ruled a non-fumble:

And the GIF version:

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Some quotes from Rhoads' presser:

Iowa State was flagged 10 times for 118 yards after averaging only 31 yards per game coming in.

Rhoads continued after his presser during a radio appearance:

And that wasn't the only thing Rhoads had to be mad about. This low blow by Texas receiver Mike Davis produced only a flag, not an ejection, but Rhoads said he didn't see the play:

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Via Landthieves.com

Iowa State players might be encouraging Rhoads, but they don't have any answers either:

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