Nobody can blame this Dartmouth football coach for not caring.
According to multiple first-hand reports, the coach was asked to leave the booth on Saturday after punching a hole through a pane of glass.
The punch came after Dartmouth fumbled the football while attempting to punt the ball away. Harvard recovered the loose ball, giving them great field position, prompting the coach to put a hole through the glass.
Staff taped the edges and cracks to prevent injury from those compelled to touch the jagged edges.
Aftermath of the Dartmouth coach’s tantrum. Harvard 25, Dartmouth 22. pic.twitter.com/lmpEJK9JOd
— WHRB Sports (@WHRBSports) October 28, 2017
Dartmouth would go on to lose to Harvard in the Ivy League matchup; 25-22. It was the 100th time the two teams met on the field against each other. Both teams are 2-2 in Ivy League play after the result.
If Dartmouth had managed to come out on top, it would have snapped a 13-game winning streak by Harvard in head-to-head play. Tasting victory for the second consecutive year, it’s easy to understand how a bakers dozen worth of losses can lead a man to punch a hole in something.