Nevada's Coach is the Emotional Sort 

The Tigers' win over North Texas Friday pits them against the University of Nevada on Sunday. What do you know about the Wolfpack? Not much, probably. But we do know this: their coach, Mark Fox, is one emotional dude.

From SI.com: Nevada coach Mark Fox yelled profanities and appeared ready to use force toward a police officer and game officials after the Wolf Pack lost to Utah State in the Western Athletic Conference tournament, according to a police report released Tuesday.

The report from New Mexico State University police details a confrontation inside the Pan American Center after Nevada lost 79-77 to Utah State in the WAC semifinals on Friday night.

NMSU officer Quent Pirtle said in the report he was escorting officials Bill Gracey, Bob Staffen and Scott Thornley to their dressing room when he heard Fox using "loud, boisterous and profane language toward the officials."

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