Dec 21, 2013; Albuquerque, NM, USA; Washington State Cougars wide receiver Rickey Galvin (5) leaves the field as Colorado State Rams celebrate their victory in the Gildan New Mexico Bowl at University Stadium. The Rams defeated the Cougars 48-45. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Colorado State DL coach Greg Lupfer apologizes for remarks to Washington State QB Connor Halliday

On Saturday, the Colorado State Rams and the Washington State Cougars got the 2013-2014 college football bowl season kicked off in the most exciting way possible with their 48-45 down-to-the-wire instant classic, a classic that was won by the Rams who scored 18 points in about a three-minute span to get the win.

However, not all of the action was on the field in this one.

Early on in the first quarter, Washington State got on the board first via a Connor Halliday touchdown pass. Now, one thing that Halliday is not known for is his humility. This was evidenced clearly when he ran right over to the Colorado State bench and began jawing after tossing the score.

While this was going on, ESPN cameras captured Colorado State defensive line coach Greg Lupfer shooting some words back at Halliday, and he appeared to call the Wazzu signal caller a “f***ing f****.”

Even with the exciting finish to the contest, that incident was still the talk of the game, and Lupfer is sorry for that.

The coach issued a brief apology just a little bit ago:

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