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:
Some quotes from Rhoads' presser:
Rhoads: So "proud of the work they put forth." He's railing on the officials— Cody Westerlund (@CodyWesterlund) October 4, 2013
Rhoads: they had it "taken away from" them. Referring to George's fumble recovery that wasn't called a fumble— Cody Westerlund (@CodyWesterlund) October 4, 2013
Rhoads: "Giant screen in end zone showed a guy not down and our guy with the football."— Cody Westerlund (@CodyWesterlund) October 4, 2013
"We're the least penalized team coming into the game. An awful lot of hankies on the field." - Rhoads #Cyclones— Dean Berhow-Goll (@DeanBG) October 4, 2013
Iowa State was flagged 10 times for 118 yards after averaging only 31 yards per game coming in.
What do you tell them? "I tell them to get ready for Texas Tech." #Cyclones— Dean Berhow-Goll (@DeanBG) October 4, 2013
Rhoads continued after his presser during a radio appearance:
Rhoads: "We deserved to win this football game and it is a shame that that didn't take place." #Cyclones— Chris Williams (@ChrisMWilliams) October 4, 2013
Rhoads: "Our FB team is already picking up their head coach.""Very pleasing to me." "They are angry.They r very pointed in what comes next."— Chris Williams (@ChrisMWilliams) October 4, 2013
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:
Iowa State players might be encouraging Rhoads, but they don't have any answers either: