Found February 06, 2014 on Pro Sports Daily:
There was a cat. There was a buddy. There was a couch. There was a tweet with 10,000 retweets. These things have nothing or everything to do with this week's coverage of recruiting and National Signing Day, depending on your view of Nebraska coach Bo Pelini. Having Pelini as one of the 20-plus coaching guests on's Signing Day show provided a chance to humanize the guy who, if judged solely from sideline demeanor, chews glass and plots hat-swinging revenge at refs. On the show, colleague Bruce Feldman asked Pelini about his off-field personality (more on that in a minute). I asked about the cat – specifically, the exchange with @FauxPelini, a parody account of nearly 75,000 followers (more than Pelini himself).

Bo Pelini talks about his cat

Nebraska Cornhuskers Coach Bo Pelini was on the Big Ten Network tonight to discuss the latest Huskers recruiting class made official on National Signing Day. After the talk of signees and commits, Bo Pelini was asked a funny curveball by BTN’s Mike Hall. Regarding “his cat” It’s of course in reference to the fake Bo Pelini Twitter account, @FauxPelini who is hysterical...

Nebraska Coach Bo Pelini Wrestles Offensive Lineman During Recruiting Visit

Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini is a polarizing figure in college football, and since recruiting the best players in Big Ten country is a difficult challenge, he’s not afraid to get a little creative when trying to impress highly rated prospects. At a recent in-home recruiting visit, Pelini actually wrestled with four-star offensive lineman Tanner Farmer. “I bet you can’t take...

Nebraska Coach Bo Pelini Wrestled 4-Star Recruit While On Visit

YouTube Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Bo Pelini, known for his outlandish personality, wrestled a recruit on a visit. For real. Four-Star OT Tanner Farmer from Highland, IL – the fourth best prospect at his position nation-wide, was challenged by Pelini in his living room. Farmer stands at 6-foot-4 and weighs in at 315 pounds. Sam McKewon recounted the moment for the Omaha World...

Analysts say they like Nebraska's lineman recruits

Nebraska coach Bo Pelini signed 24 football players to letters of intent Wednesday, with analysts saying the strengths of the class are the offensive and defensive linemen. The class is made up of players from 13 states and includes 22 high school seniors and two junior-college transfers. D.J. Foster out of Lincoln Southeast, Tanner Farmer of Highland, Ill., and Nick Gates of Las...

Bo Pelini Wrestled an OL Recruit During In-Home Visit

Bo Pelini is known as a pretty intense coach. He is also known for having a really strong relationship with his players despite being seen going nuts on them during games on the sidelines. It looks like he sealed the deal with Tanner Farmer during an in-home visit when he wrestled him. Check out the story per the Omaha World Herald: I bet you can’t take me down, Pelini joked with...

Pelini talks OL

Nebraska landed three All-Americans on the offensive line, but head coach Bo Pelini tried to temper early expectations for the group.

Michigan Students Carry On ‘Jort Out’ Tradition For Game Against Nebraska (Photo)

For the second straight year, University of Michigan students made a fashion statement when the Nebraska Cornhuskers came to the Crisler Center. The Maize Rage — Michigan’s student section — busted out their cut-up jean shorts in an effort to make their Big 10 rivals “feel at home” as they hosted their annual “Jort Out.” The plaid and short shorts wardrobe has quickly...
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