Chris Petersen calls them “extracurriculars.”
Beyond the borders of that intentionally vague linguistic umbrella, it’s difficult to pinpoint what specifically earned UW left tackle Trey Adams an unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty on Saturday. The alleged offense occurred so long after the play, in fact, that there’s no proof of it on tape.
The available facts are these: 1.) the impropriety in question occurred in the immediate wake of Richard Newton’s 1-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter of Washington’s 28-14 win over USC, and 2.) Adams and USC freshman defensive back Chris Steele were the involved parties.
And that’s it.