Usually, BYU football coach Bronco Mendenhall is as stoic as they come after games, especially in the face of bitter defeats.
But after Saturday night's 24-21 loss to rival Utah, Mendenhall gave one suspenders-wearing Ute fan a pretty good stare down and takes a step or two toward the fan after the fan apparently taunted him.
Police officers are escorting Mendenhall off the field when the incident occurs.
The video is from KSL-TV in Salt Lake City.
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