If you don't think there are some bitter biscuits between Missouri and the other Big 12 members, this video might make you think otherwise.
Following Kansas State's 24-17 win over the Tigers last weekend, K-State coach Bill Snyder and Missouri coach Gary Pinkel trotted to midfield to exchange the customary handshake.
According to the video (here's a better angle), it looks like Snyder wants to engage Pinkel in a thoughtful discussion about the intricacies of the game, and Pinkel wants to get on the bus and hightail it out of Manhattan as fast as he can.
The look Snyder gives as Pinkel turns his back mid-sentence and jogs away is absolutely priceless. However, those who know Pinkel know that he's not one to get all warm and fuzzy, win or lose.
Yeah, it's not animal feces in the team bus — excuse me, I mean fish bait — but it's still an icy reception from Pinkel, a coach that has been outspoken about his dislike of the Big 12 during the past year.
UPDATE, 2:02 p.m. ET. Pinkel explained his actions toward the end of this podcast with Kansas City radio station 810WHB.