ACC head coaches share icy, awkward postgame handshake
The Pittsburgh Panthers defeated the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Thursday night 34-20, but all anyone can talk about is the icy postgame handshake between Pitt’s Pat Narduzzi and Tech’s Geoff Collins.
The game was hampered by questionable officiating, and Collins wasn’t happy withe the calls after the loss. So, Collins let his frustrations out during the handshake, as he didn’t even look at Narduzzi and pulled his hand away as he walked away.
Check this out:
Geoff Collins of Georgia Tech had somewhere to be 😂
— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) December 11, 2020
Pittsburgh head coach Pat Narduzzi took to social media to troll Collins over the handshake pull-a-way:
Cold showers in Georgia again!! 🤝
— Pat Narduzzi (@CoachDuzzPittFB) December 11, 2020
Collins was definitely upset on the Yellow Jackets final drive about a non-pass interference call. Quarterback Jordan Yates threw a pass to receiver Jalen Camp in the end zone; however, the officials ruled it an uncatchable ball, and the would-be interference was never called.
It’s been a frustrating year for Collins and the Yellow Jackets. Georgia Tech dropped to 3-7 overall, as Pitt improved to 6-5.