Kansas State tried to fight back, but eventually lost, 40-35, to UCLA. Bruins head coach Jim Mora did go over to shake Bill Snyder's hand after the game, but the Kansas State head coach looked a tad bummed out by the brevity of Mora's postgame niceties.
Why was Mora so curt? On the last play of the game, a Kansas State player appeared to jump over the line, trying to hit Brett Hundley as he kneeled the game out:
Mora acted out the play after returning to talk to Snyder after the handshake:
After the game, Mora's first tweet was this:
I will defend the safety of my players...forever.— Jim Mora (@UCLACoachMora) January 3, 2015
However, when asked immediately after the game, Mora had this to say: