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Keith Dambrot has normal one, ruins Duquesne’s chances against Penn State

This was not the time to lose your mind.

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Duquesne had a chance to beat a power conference team for the first time in over two years.

The Dukes were tied with Penn State with five seconds to go when Mike Hughes was called for a debatable blocking foul on a Nittany Lions drive.

That shouldn’t have been the end of the game. Under normal circumstances, Penn State would go to the line and take, at most, a two-point lead, giving Duquesne a chance to tie or win on the ensuing possession. Only Duquesne head coach Keith Dambrot couldn’t hold himself back. After the whistle, he had a full-on meltdown on the sideline, lending new meaning to “having a normal one.”

Watch it all unfold here:

It went from a tie game to a six-point game simply because Dambrot couldn’t help himself. Just as an extra treat, here are some photos that fully capture the majesty of this temper tantrum.

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