Edmonton Eskimos head coach Jason Maas had a meltdown on the sidelines just before halftime of his team’s game against the Calgary Stampeders.
Maas had challenged pass interference late in the half but when referee Dave Foxcroft announced the commands centre’s ruling – no PI – Maas flipped out.
He slammed his headset to the field, then scooped what appeared to be a broken bit from the aforementioned headset, headed back to his team’s bench and threw that too. He then stood on the sidelines looking upset.
Edmonton’s bench was flagged for an objectionable conduct penalty, which is not reviewable.
The Eskimos trail 12-9 at halftime are down one headset.
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