Iowa defeated Nebraska 26-20 on Saturday, but the victory didn’t come without some drama between head coaches Kirk Ferentz and Scott Frost.

The Huskers had multiple bad snaps in the first half, including one that sailed several feet over the head of quarterback Adrian Martinez.

When Frost was asked about it after the game, he blamed it on the Iowa sideline clapping to confuse center Cam Jurgens.

However, Ferentz wasn’t moved by this explanation. In fact, he scoffed at it.

“Maybe they needed to change their cadence if it interfered with their cadence,” Ferentz said. “What are we talking about? It’s football. Are they OK with how I dressed today?”

Here’s video from a different portion of Ferentz’s presser where he’s still clearly annoyed at the implication from Frost:

Here’s a transcript of some of Ferentz’s thoughts at his press conference:

More video is likely to come, but here’s a clip where you can clearly see an Iowa coach clapping toward the bottom of the screen. It didn’t impact the snap on this play, though.

Iowa has won six straight games in this series vs. Nebraska and is 4-2 on the year.