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Nebraska beats Ohio 71-58 for 5th place

HONOLULU (AP) Terran Petteway and Shavon Shields each scored 22 points as Nebraska beat Ohio 72-58 on Thursday to claim fifth place in the Diamond Head Classic. Petteway shot 6 of 14 from the field and 9 of 13 from the free-throw line and grabbed 10 rebounds. Shields made 7 of 14 field goals and hit all seven of his free throw attempts. The Cornhuskers (8-4) did not trail in the...
Via AP on Fox
1 hour ago  |  Discuss

Good news! Faux Pelini will continue

One of the best parody Twitter accounts, Faux Pelini, will not die when the real Bo Pelini transitions to Division I FCS Youngstown State. The man behind the account, a Nebraska fan living in Chicago, tells ESPN.com that the Faux Pelini will remain interested in the happenings in Lincoln and comment about them. The fake Pelini account began in 2010 and commented on everything Nebraska...
Via Awful Announcing
4 days ago  |  Discuss

National University Holiday Bowl Preview: Nebraska Vs. Southern Cal

Next up in our Big Ten bowl preview series is the National University Holiday Bowl. This game features two of college football’s historical blue bloods going at it. Nebraska and USC both have rich histories, however, both are struggling right now to find their way back to national prominence. Let’s see how our writers have this game playing out. Princess Sparkle — To say...
Via Know It All Football
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Straight Outta Youngstown: Bo Pelini Audio Yields Leaked Diss Track

On November 30, 2014 Nebraska head football coach Bo Pelini was fired.  Two days later he held a closed-door meeting with a group of his former players.  The audio of what he said was leaked to the media and has made waves throughout the state.  The Omaha World Herald recently released the audio version they [&hellip (Visited 4 times, 4 visits today) The post Straight Outta...
Via No Coast Bias
6 days ago  |  Discuss

AUDIO: Bo Pelini Tirade Against Nebraska, AD Shawn Eichorst Is One For The Ages

Bo Pelini unleashed a tirade for the ages against Nebraska and AD Shawn Eichorst. Here's audio of his rant. 
Via Gamedayr
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Listen: Audio Of Bo Pelini’s NFSW Rant On Nebraska’s AD Released

Back in early December, a few days after his firing, former Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini met with his former players at a nearby high school to talk to them about the circumstances regarding his dismissal. As we learned Wednesday via the Omaha World-Herald, Pelini chose to drop some choice words regarding school AD Shawn Eichorst. In the first minute of the rant, Pelini called Eichorst...
Via College Spun
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska respondes to Bo Pelini’s alleged comments about administration

To say the words used in an off-campus non-official meeting between Bo Pelini and his Huskers players were harsh would be an understatement. Crass, disrespectful and unprofessional may be more appropriate. After the Omaha World Herald released a story outlining what is reportedly an audio recording of that meeting, the university and it’s administration responded with strong words...
Via Talking 10
7 days ago  |  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
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bo Pelini On Nebraska Athletic Director: He’s A P*ssy And A C*nt

It’s only fair to express yourself after such events take place Pelini is the epitome of not having any shame and speaks his mind to the fullest. Pelini met with players on Dec. 2 at Lincoln North Star High School. In a 30-minute meeting, he provided a window into the strained — almost non-existent — relationship between he and his former boss. “A guy like (Eichorst) who...
Via Geeks and Cleats
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Bo Pelini shows true colors in burning bridges at Nebraska

If ever one has wondered how to handle getting fired by you boss, ex-Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Bo Pelini has given a proper case study in what not to do. Not only did he publicly slam his old bosses at Nebraska in a press conference to announce his hire at Youngstown State, but Pelini also managed to go scorched earth to his “employees” about his bosses. On Wednesday, the...
Via Talking 10
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska Releases Statement Regarding Pelini, Claims Transcript “Reaffirms” Decision To Fire Him

Wednesday afternoon, the Omaha World-Herald released a full transcript of a speech that former Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini gave his players at a nearby high school a few days after his firing. In the rant, Pelini referred to his former athletic director, Shawn Eichorst, as both a “p****” and a “c***” when referencing the pair’s working relationship. It’s clear that...
Via College Spun
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bo Pelini Called Nebraska’s AD A “P****” And A “C***” In Post-Firing Players Meeting

Pelini Former Nebraska head coach Bo Pelini has officially moved on from the Cornhuskers, signing on to become the new head coach at Youngstown State University earlier this week. But the way he left Lincoln is going to be talked about for quite some time. A few days after his firing, Pelini met with the majority of his players at a nearby high school. Reports, mostly from the students...
Via College Spun
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bo Pelini Is Set To Be Named The Head Coach At Youngstown State

Bo Pelini is coming home.  The former Nebraska coach, who was fired after seven seasons in Lincoln, Neb., is set to be named the head coach at Youngstown State University, an FCS program. Pelini, 47, is a Youngstown, Ohio native.  Former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel is the president of Youngstown State.  I’ve learned it’s a done deal: Bo Pelini will be named YSU head football...
Via College Spun
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: 2 Nebraska Players Are Transferring Out Of The Program, Headed To Kentucky

The firing of Bo Pelini and hiring of Mike Riley at Nebraska has apparently caused the Huskers’ program to lose two players to transfer.  According to a report by Kentucky Sports Radio, Nebraska redshirt freshman linebacker Courtney Love and redshirt freshman tight end Greg Hart are transferring to Kentucky.  KSR has learned that LB Courtney Love and TE Greg Hart will both transfer...
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Bo Pelini reportedly will become head coach at Youngstown State

Bo Pelini may not be out of work for long. Pelini was fired as head coach at Nebraska less than two weeks ago, and now Football Scoop is reporting that the Ohio native will become Youngstown State’s next head coach. Football Scoop says Pelini plans to accept the job once it is formally offered. They...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Texts From Last Night: Bo Pelini Edition

Were you wondering how former Nebraska Head Coach, Bo Pelini, took the news of Mike Riley’s hiring yesterday?  We were too.  While we weren’t able to sit down with Bo to talk through what was probably a pretty tough day for him, we were able to get a look at some of the texts messages that [&hellip (Visited 50 times, 50 visits today) The post Texts From Last Night: Bo...
Via No Coast Bias
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska’s Next Coach: The Opinions Are Different Because The Expectations Are Different

Put three college football writers in a room to talk about the Nebraska coaching search. Add water. Watch three different views sprout in three different directions. This is the joy of opinion-giving. You don’t need to take the cookie cutter from the kitchen drawer. Why are views of the Nebraska coaching search so different? There are different expectations of what Nebraska can...
Via The Student Section
22 days ago  |  Discuss

It's time for Nebraska Cornhuskers fans to lower expectations

Nebraska is the best job in the Big Ten West. But it’s the fourth-best job in the Big Ten. After seven consecutive seasons with at...
Via Athlon Sports
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Richt Laughs Off Nebraska Cornhuskers Talk

Mark Richt laughed off the Nebraska Cornhuskers talk during his radio show on Monday.
Via Gamedayr
23 days ago  |  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
24 days ago  |  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
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Bo Had To Go: Nebraska Fires Bo Pelini, Rightly Expecting Something More

Throughout his tenure as head coach at the University of Nebraska, Bo Pelini was an energetic man, as the photo above shows. He was not known to repress his emotions or speak in soft tones — this is neither good nor bad in itself, because fans and pundits both make the mistake of ascribing too much value to emotionalism or too little value to stoicism. Call this “Tom Landry Syndrome...
Via The Student Section
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Nebraska fires Bo Pelini

Nebraska has fired coach Bo Pelini. Athletic director Shawn Eichorst will hold a press conference on Sunday to discuss Pelini's firing and what...
Via Athlon Sports
25 days ago  |  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

Nebraska Football Has A Choice To Make

Well, here we are. The Nebraska Cornhuskers have just lost their second consecutive game of the 2014 college football season. Right now, the program has a record of 8-3. That’s a winning percentage of .727. I’m sorry, but when you are talking about a program that historically has a winning percentage of .702, .727 is not going to cut it. A change is needed. If I were the young...
Via Know It All Football
November 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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