The UNLV-Nevada game provided plenty of fireworks on Saturday. In Tony Sanchez’s last game as the coach of the Rebels, UNLV earned a dramatic 33-30 overtime victory.

Then, in the postgame celebration, chaos ensued. While UNLV QB Kenyon Oblad was celebrating the game-winning touchdown pass, a Nevada defender sucker-punched him in the head, knocking him to the ground.

As you can see in the video below (which contains some NSFW language), that punch sparked a brawl on the field:

That was certainly an ugly scene and an ugly way to end what ended up being a very exciting game.

Nevada coach Jay Norvell weighed in on the situation after the game, per Nevada Sports Net:

“I don’t even really know what happened to be honest with you,” Norvell said. “I can’t speak about it. It’s an emotional game, a lot of these kids know each other. Either way, winning a game or losing a game, there’s never an excuse to act the wrong way. I’m not quite sure what happened. We’ll get to the bottom of it. It’s a football game, it’s competitive, it’s emotional and it’s a hard game for a lot of these kids. A lot of these kids will never get a chance to play in this game again. A lot of these kids never get a chance to play in Mackay again.”