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More Video Of The Nevada-Utah State Post-Game Dust up

This really is interesting.

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Nevada v UNLV
 LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - JANUARY 29: Caleb Martin #10 and Cody Martin #11 of the Nevada Wolf Pack talk on the court during their game against the UNLV Rebels at the Thomas & Mack Center on January 29, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Wolf Pack defeated the Rebels 87-70.
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If you read about the hallway confrontation between Nevada and Utah State this past Saturday you may have seen a bit of video and may know that the guy who was the most upset was Nevada senior Jordan Caroline.

Well the security video has been released and it’s pretty astonishing to watch. It starts with some guy sitting in a chair minding his own business and gradually people start coming into the frame. The Nevada team heads down to its locker room and at about the 3:45 mark things change.

Guys start charging down the hall for whatever confrontation is happening.

At about the 4:00 minute mark, some poor guy is trying to hold the entire team back and he’s not that big and is cast aside quickly.

Nevada’s Trey Porter (#15) gets an idea of what’s going on and tries to restrain teammate Caleb Martin (#10) as his twin brother Cody (#11) goes rushing by. Caleb breaks loose and follows him.

Both guys of course started with NC State’s Wolfpack before going to Nevada’s version.

After that most of the team comes flying down the hall...but not Corey Henson (#2). Cool as a cucumber he strolls down to check it out. He’s totally relaxed. It’s a hilarious contrast. He looks almost bored.

Then two more Nevada players come into the frame with one restraining the other (we assume it’s Caroline being restrained). As the teammate, Jordan is trying to control Caroline, a security guard and the Utah State mascot walk down the hall. You know you’re too comfortable when you are off the court and don't take the bull head off. The mascot glances at the situation and exits stage left, pronto.

Nevada’s Tre’Shawn Thurman (#0) comes back down the hall to see what’s happening. Caroline and his teammate Jordan Brown (#21) finally head back to the locker room and Thurman, angry and frustrated, pounds a poster.

After that everyone heads back down towards the Nevada locker room.

The Mountain West Conference issued a statement saying that the incident was sparked by some bad behavior on the part of staffers during the handshake line and not the fans who rushed the court after Utah State’s upset.

It’s a really weird bit of video in some ways. Too bad there’s no sound.

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