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Nebraska coach Bo Pelini is downplaying a sideline argument he had with safety Daimion Stafford that was captured on camera during Saturday's game against Penn State.
There have been other incidents involving Pelini's behavior on the sideline in the five years he's coached in Lincoln. Pelini said Monday he doesn't worry or care about the cameras pointed at him, and that he's not going to change his ''emotional'' behavior.
Cameras showed Stafford yelling and pointing his finger at Pelini after Penn State scored a second-quarter touchdown. Pelini said Stafford and other players were upset because of problems getting defensive calls to them from the sideline.
Pelini said no disrespect was intended by Stafford and that they laughed about the argument at halftime. Nebraska won 32-23.
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Nebraska Cornhuskers Head Coach Bo Pelini is known for being a very angry and intense coach, and it seems as though this time defensive back Daimion Stafford had enough of it. He had a few choice words for Pelini during their game against Penn State, and it will be interesting to see if there are any repercussions for his behavior.This also isn’t the first time that Stafford has...
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini isn't afraid to get vocal on the sidelines, but the tables were turned on him in Saturday's win over Penn State. ...
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini says he can't change his ways and fans might as well accept that yelling and confrontations between him and his players are going to happen on the sidelines.
Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini talked with the media for nearly 30 minutes on Monday.
We have seen Bo Pelini chew out his fair share of player during his time at Nebraska but I can’t remember any situation where a player gave it back to him. Daimon Stafford had enough of getting yelled at and decided to fight back dropping at least 3 “f-bombs” on Coach Bo. Stafford made up The post Video: Daimion Stafford Curses Out Bo Pelini appeared first on No Coast Bias.
Nebraska linebacker Will Compton wanted to set the record straight on a few things regarding his head coach Bo Pelini on Tuesday.
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Nebraska head football coach Bo Pelini tried to downplay the sideline argument he had with safety Daimion Stafford. (AP/Yahoo! Sports)
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Coach: Tim Miles (First season at Nebraska). Overall 283-220, 18 years
2011-12: Record: 12-18 overall, 4-14 in Big Ten (Tie/11th)
Starters Returning (1) Brandon Ubel
Preseason Tournament: Hosting the Nebraska Classic, Sun Bowl Invitational
Top Non-Conference Games: at Wake Forest, USC
Transfers In: Terran Petteway (Texas Tech- Sit out this season); Walter Pitchford (Florida...
Saturday night the Penn State Nittany Lions looked to remain unbeaten on the road. The Nebraska Cornhuskers had other thoughts. The game did not disappoint. There was the lead at halftime by the Nittany Lions. There was another comeback in the second half by the Cornhuskers. And then there was THE CALL. Did the game supply us with our usual sense of good? Was the bad...
NewsTags: NCAA FootballThe Penn State Nittany Lions lost a heartbreaker in Lincoln, Nebraska to the Nebraska Cornhuskers. These two teams met just two days prior to last year’s meeting, which was the first game Penn State played after the infamous scandal took over headlines. Nebraska rallied from 14 points behind and beat Penn State 32-23.