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BO PELINI RUMORS & GOSSIP

Nebraska to pay Bo Pelini $128,009 per month until 2019

Former Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Bo Pelini is going to be just fine. After Nebraska and Pelini parted ways following the 2014 college football season, Pelini landed at Youngstown State. Perhaps even better news for Pelini is the monthly salary he will receive from Nebraska as part of his buyout. According to reports, Pelini will receive $128,009 a month from Nebraska through...
Via Campus Sports Net
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska chancellor booed by Huskers players?

When Bo Pelini was fired by Nebraska Nov. 30, a significant amount of current and former Husker players voiced their disagreement with the decision.  It appears some of Nebraska’s student-athletes are still upset with the Huskers’ administration.  At a Holiday Bowl luncheon in San Diego Friday afternoon, Nebraska chancellor Harvey Perlman was “booed” by a few Husker players...
Via College Spun
December 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Youngstown St. addresses Bo Pelini's profanity-laced rant

Youngstown State’s administration has released a statement concerning the profanity-laced audio tape that surfaced Wednesday which contained Bo Pelini’s rant about Nebraska’s higher-ups.  Pelini, a Youngstown native, was hired to be the Penguins’ new football coach on Tuesday. On Wednesday, the Omaha World-Herald released a tape with audio from Pelini’s final meeting...
Via College Spun
December 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Bo Pelini calls Nebraska AD a ‘c–t’ and ‘p-ssy’

Former Nebraska coach Bo Pelini ripped into Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst during a meeting with his players following his firing by the school on Nov. 30. Two days after being fired by Nebraska, Pelini met with his players in a private meeting at a local high school. Pelini wanted to talk with his players...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Bo Pelini takes shot at Nebraska during introductory presser

Former Nebraska coach Bo Pelini had his introductory press conference at Youngstown State today. During his presser, Pelini took a shot at current Nebraska president James Linder and his predecessor, James Milliken. Pelini said that YSU president Jim Tressel — who used to coach at Ohio State — supports and understands football. According to the former Huskers coach, he doesn’t...
Via College Spun
December 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Faux Pelini’s Twitter reaction to Bo Pelini’s firing was classic

Yesterday, the University of Nebraska announced that it had fired its head football coach, Bo Pelini, effective immediately, after seven seasons and zero conference titles. Despite a 9-3 season this year, it was not enough to save Pelini’s job, and he will not coach whatever bowl game the Huskers end up in. As soon as it was announced, Twitter exploded with the news and waited...
Via Awful Announcing
December 01, 2014  |  Discuss

13 candidates to replace Bo Pelini at Nebraska

Nebraska fired coach Bo Pelini after the Cornhuskers closed the 2014 regular season with a 9-3 record. Pelini’s record in Lincoln was an...
Via Athlon Sports
November 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Should He Stay Or Should Bo Go? Assessing Bo Pelini at Nebraska After Another Blown Lead

Nebraska will not win the Big Ten this year. It won’t even win its division. Bo Pelini must endure another year of questions after his defense failed to protect another double-digit lead. Is Nebraska no longer “Nebraska,” or should the Huskers rightly expect more out of their program? That’s the question at the heart of the Bo Pelini debate, and the Student Section editors...
Via The Student Section
November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Bo Pelini responds to fan who questions Nebraska's direction

Bo Pelini is in his seventh year leading the Nebraska football program. Following the Huskers’ blowout loss to Wisconsin this past Saturday, there are some questioning if the 46-year-old coach should get an eighth.  One such Nebraska fan called into Pelini’s weekly radio show this evening.  Fan on Pelini’s show questions whether Nebraska is going in the right direction...
Via College Spun
November 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Bo Pelini: Marijuana use is ‘out of control’ in society

Bo Pelini spoke at the annual Big Red Breakfast on Friday morning and provided more than just his thoughts on the upcoming season. According to Rich Kaipust of the Omaha World-Herald, the Nebraska coach somehow went off on a tangent about weed. His basic message was that drugs are very, very bad, mmkay. “It is […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 29, 2014  |  Discuss
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