WATCH: Angry Jim Mora cuts off handshake with Bill Snyder

Jim Mora gives Brett Hundley a hug after the quarterback's final UCLA game. (USATSI)
Jim Mora gives Brett Hundley a hug after the quarterback's final UCLA game. (USATSI)

Something that happened in Friday night's Alamo Bowl between UCLA and Kansas State did not sit well with the Bruins' Jim Mora -- to the point that he brushed off legendary Wildcats coach Bill Snyder in the postgame handshake.

Via @KSUManhatter:

Mora would return after that exchange for a longer interaction in which he still appeared animated:

Mora was asked about the handshake (or handshakes) in the postgame press conference, but he did not acknowledge the apparent incident at that moment:

But with Twitter lighting up with criticism for his interaction with Snyder, Mora took to his own account to defend himself:

And despite his earlier assertion that Snyder was a "great man, [a] tremendous man," Mora also retweeted the following tweet from Bruina receiver Jordan Payton that labels something Kansas State-related "classless" (via hashtag): 

Here's Brett Hundley's take on the situation:

The exact reason for Mora's and Hundley's objection is unclear. Via SBNation, here's the game's final play, on which a Kansas State player leaps over the line in an apparent attempt to force Hundley to fumble:

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UCLA won the Alamo Bowl 40-35.

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