The bolts shear in a symmetrical fashion. Afterwards, one corner of the girder will come into contact with col 79. This causes asymmetric out of plane bending in the bottom flange as well as twist in the column.If it took 180 kips to shear the bolts, could that be enough to damage the side plate and/or girder flanges and push past? I thing perhaps, but it depends on some things we don't know, or at least haven't been discussing here.
This increases the chance of local damage to the edge of the beam that is meant to be restrained by the side plates. Increasing the probability of push of failure in the cooling cycle