Utah State knocked off No. 12 Nevada 81-76 on Saturday night in Logan, UT. It’s Utah State’s first win vs a top-25 team since 2007, and naturally Aggies fans at the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum rushed the court.

However, Nevada’s players and coaching staff were quite angry postgame after allegedly being touched on the court and verbally abused by Utah State fans. Wolf Pack star senior Jordan Carolina was particularly livid, and punched a fire extinguisher case while yelling and being held back in the tunnel.

Here’s crazy video that features plenty of NSFW language, and begins with Caroline breaking the glass:

More video featuring angry Nevada coaches and local police in the tunnel:

Nevada head coach Eric Musselman wasn’t made available to the media.

There’s sure to be much more to come on this story, and it will be interesting to see what Nevada has to say when they do speak to the media (probably back in Reno).

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2 thoughts on “Jordan Caroline breaks fire extinguisher glass as Nevada furious with treatment from court-storming Utah State fans

  1. If they’re this mad now, wait until they lose in the first round of March Madness……

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