Gators' OC Brent Pease has interesting press conference moment

Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Florida Gators' offensive coordinator Brent Pease answered a question at a press conference despite the fact the reporter who asked, left in the middle of the answer.

College football coaches experience a lot of things during press conferences. From outbursts to off-the-wall questions, there aren't many occurrences they haven't seen before. Florida Gators offensive coordinator and quarterback coach Brent Pease may have experienced something new on Tuesday.

While Pease was answering a question about Florida's two-minute offense, the reporter who asked the question walked out of the room to take a phone call. Video of the incident can be seen below via Florida Today.

The reporter originally asks how much the Gators work on the two-minute drill since they haven't had to use it much in games. Pease began his answer by saying the Gators practice the situation on a regular basis and head coach Will Muschamp also puts an emphasis on it.

As Pease was explaining the package Florida uses, the reporter who asked left the room to answer his cell phone. Pease continued, before realizing the reporter had left the room and moving onto the next question.

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