Forget about Texas and USC. What's going on with Nebraska? Photo: USA Today Sports
While all of college football's hot-seat talk seems to center in both Austin and Los Angeles, a new group seems to have emerged as "The Most Disgruntled Fan-Base."
That honor goes to Nebraska, which saw a 21-3 lead against UCLA evaporate Saturday, and end with the Bruins scoring the final 38 points in a victory over the Cornhuskers.
The loss led to a lot of frustrated folks in Lincoln, including legendary ex-quarterback Tommie Frazier, who tweeted (in part):
“After letting it sink in for about 4 hours I [am] still struggling. It’s time to get rid of the defensive play caller, the Dc, lb dl and db coaches."
Guys, things are getting bad in Nebraska.
Still, does a program which has won at least nine games every year since Pelini has taken over (and 10 games twice) have a right to be this upset?
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