There have been numerous message board and blog posts stemming from an incident that resulted in a Jahmar Young technical foul just before the half at Utah State on Saturday.
According to some accounts, Utah State coach Stew Morrill addressed Young directly, which is certain unusual for any coach.
WAC Commissioner Karl Benson cited the altercation between New Mexico coach Steve Alford and a BYU player earlier this season that resulted in a statement by the conference. The WAC has reprimanded a number of coaches for criticizing officials this year.
"Conferences have policies addressing confrontations between coaches and players and coaches and officials. All I can say is that it's under review," Benson said.
Here's an interesting quote from Morrill in the Logan newspaper
Jardine and Young got tangled up in front of the USU bench. Jardine came up with the steal and called timeout. Young had to be restrained and eventually was whistled for a technical - Quayle sank both free throws with 36.7 seconds left in the half. Menzies and Morrill then exchanged words as the crowd roared.
"We got a little fire going, I know that," Morrill said. "I haven't wanted to fight for a long time, but I did right then. I probably wouldn't have lasted long, but I would have got my licks in. It got a little emotional, but that's OK. Sometimes that's what it takes. Brady was just hustling, didn't do anything wrong."