Things got heated in Cincinnati's clash with Temple after a late hit on one of his players caused head coach Geoff Collins to lose it on the sideline.
kevinmcguire: Geoff Collins has to be restrained as Temple sideline was not happy about a hit on a player ESPN U College Football: Cincinnati at Temple https://t.co/yXdRQ5Bb2w pic.twitter.com/bwStKVVFlR— FanSportsClips (@FanSportsClips) October 20, 2018
Seeing a head coach stand up for one of his players shows the loyalty and respect that a team has for each other.
While all of that is fine and dandy, people didn't have too much time to appreciate the moment since Collins looked like he was ready to bulldoze somebody.
With the ball clearly falling incomplete, there was no reason for the Cincinnati defender to duck his head and completely demolish that Owls player.
Yeah, so that’s very much against the rule pic.twitter.com/fkg4lO8oyH— Barstool Sports (@barstooltweetss) October 20, 2018
Unnecessary plays like this can jeopardize a player's career and are totally preventable. Collins was right for being as upset as he was, because there should be zero tolerance for a hit like that.