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Georgia Tech suffered another loss on Thursday night. That puts the team’s record at 3-7 in 2020 and 6-15 overall under second-year head coach Geoff Collins.
The latest loss came at the hands of Pitt, who beat the Yellow Jackets 34-20.
That final score wasn’t the most interesting part of the evening, however. When approaching Panthers coach Pat Narduzzi at the end of the game, Collins gave him a controversial, no-look handshake before quickly walking off.
And let’s just say Narduzzi wasn’t exactly happy about it.
— Bob Pompeani (@KDPomp) December 11, 2020
As Bob Pompeani pointed out in the tweet, it is hard to know exactly what caused the initial frustration from Collins. There was a no-call pass interference in the end zone late in the game, but Georgia Tech was down two scores and the ball was clearly uncatchable.
He was visibly frustrated following the no-call, however.
At least one beat writer for the Yellow Jackets was quick to point out that the officials struggled throughout the game, so maybe it was their overall poor performance — at least in the eyes of Collins.
THIS IS THE WORST OFFICIATED GAME I'VE EVER COVERED. Holy cow. This is a clown show.
— Kelly Quinlan (@Kelly_Quinlan) December 11, 2020
Either way, it will be interesting to see these two coaches meet up in 2021. Is there a rivalry brewing here between Georgia Tech and Pitt? Maybe.
This is one way to practice social distancing, though — sort of.
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