That's "Coach Flood" to you.

Interim head football coach Norries Wilson's correction of a reporter who referred to Kyle Flood by his last name following Rutgers' 28-3 drubbing at the hands of Penn State was just one odd aspect of the post-game press conference described as "bizarre," according to the site.

Rutgers interim head coach Norries Wilson, center, talks with Rutgers running back Josh Hicks (8) on the sidelines (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)

He asked if a lottery system determines how questions are asked at the press conference. When told that reporters normally call out questions at once, Wilson decided "we're not doing that" and implemented his own format of calling on individual reporters to ask questions.

Then, the inevitable question about whether the events of the past week played a role in Rutgers loss, Wilson punted.  "The program isn't out of control and I'm not going to speak on the impact it's had on the team," replied Wilson according to

Wilson is scheduled to hold the usual weekly head coach's press conference at Rutgers on Monday.

Flood is on a three-game suspension and has been hit with a $50,000 fine after Rutgers found he improperly contacted a professor about a player's grades.