LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) Nebraska is 8-1 for only the second time since 2001, in first place in the Big Ten West and in contention for a major bowl if not on the fringe of the College Football Playoff conversation.
Yet even though the 15th-ranked Cornhuskers have beaten the teams they were supposed to so far, coach Bo Pelini warns they must be sharper the next three games against Wisconsin...
Via AP on Fox
November 02, 2014
Call it “Clapgate” or “The Great Clapping Debate of 2014″ or whatever name you want, but it’s pretty clear that Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio and Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini don’t see eye-to-eye on what went down last Saturday night in East Lansing, Mich.
What we initially saw were multiple snapping issues between quarterback Tommy Armstrong, Jr. and senior...
Nebraska had some issues snapping the ball during its loss against Michigan State Saturday night. On multiple occasions, quarterback Tommy Armstrong and center Mark Pelini didn’t appear to be on the same page, leading to a few false start penalties.
This wasn’t really the Huskers fault, though, so says Bo Pelini on today’s Big Ten coaches conference call.
With a bye this week, Nebraska will have some extra time to ponder what could have been and what could be.
A fourth-quarter rally that came up short in a 27-22 loss at No. 8 Michigan State on Saturday night left coach Bo Pelini rejecting the notion of a moral victory and his players hankering for another crack at the Spartans in the Big Ten championship game Dec. 6.
Via AP on Fox
October 05, 2014