The Iowa Women's Basketball team had a tough showing in Nebraska over the weekend.

On Sunday, February 11th the Lady Hawkeyes took on the Cornhuskers. Fans expected Caitlin Clark to break the scoring record for NCAA women's basketball at the game.

Unfortunately, she fell just eight points short.

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And so did the rest of the team...

The final score for the game was 82-79, with Nebraska taking the win.

Iowa also missed out on a chance to stay tied up with Ohio at number two in the Big Ten rankings.

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A video has been going around social media capturing the moments right after this disappointing loss for Iowa.

In the video and audio that was captured in the post-game press conference, you can see Alexis Markowski of Nebraska answering a question when Iowa Head Coach Lisa Bluder and the Iowa team come into the media room.

In the background you can hear an impassioned comment from Bluder,

"We got a flight to catch,” Bluder is heard saying.

“This is bulls---. This is not Big Ten protocol. They play music while you shoot free throws?"

You can watch the full clip down below!

Big Ten Protocol Disrupted at Nebraska

So what is this "protocol" that Coach Bluder is talking about?

According to a report from Sports Illustrated, this is a conference rule. A visiting team is supposed to be the first group to do their post-game interviews first in the media room.

For some reason Nebraska's team was out on that podium first before Iowa was even ready.

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