Bo Pelini’s Youngstown State team is headed to the NCAA Division I Championship after Kevin Rader hauled in an incredible catch with one second left in the game to give the Penguins a 40-38 win over second-seeded Eastern Washington:
Recently fired Nebraska coach Bo Pelini held one final meeting with his players, and tore into the school and AD Shawn Eichorst, who he called a "total cunt" and a "total pussy" with "no integrity." The audio came out yesterday, and it's a lot of fun. Nebraska could have taken the high road! It did not.
Former Nebraska football coach—and new Youngstown State football coach—Bo Pelini had a final meeting with his players on Dec. 2 at Lincoln North Star High School. He told his players that he'd be there for any of them, and also teed off on athletic director Shawn Eichorst, calling him a "cunt" and "total pussy."
Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst fired head football coach Bo Pelini today, and boy, are Huskers players pissed. (Even Nebraska alum Ndamukong Suh is taking shots.) A number of current players aired their grievances through Twitter.
Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst fired Bo Pelini this morning. The Huskers went 9-3 this season under Pelini; the coach had a 67-27 record in seven years with the program.
Good ol' cursin' Bo Pelini left a wad of saliva on this guy's face. He didn't seem too happy about it.
Speaking at Nebraska's "Big Red Breakfast," Cornhuskers coach Bo Pelini broached the topic of weed for some reason, and his take on marijuana use was pretty damn hot.
I don't know how much more of the Ice Buckets we can take, but I'm going to highlight this one because glimmering ray of sunshine and source of life itself Bo Pelini took on the cold waters for charity awareness thusly: "I've been challenged, I guess, to the Ice Bucket, so let's get it over with."
It's unclear whether these two lucky kids are Nebraska fans, but it's possible they are. I mean look at Pelini's face, he does not share their enthusiasm. His distant gaze doesn't necessarily say "fuck you, fans. Fuck all of you," but there is a healthy dose of consternation.
Nebraska football head coach Bo Pelini walked out of the tunnel with a cat for today's spring game. Even if you don't get the inside joke, it's still pretty funny.
This day is getting worse for Bo Pelini. He was hit with a 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty after swinging his hat in a rage and almost hitting an official in the face. Nebraska now trails Iowa 24-10. Someone give Bo some leftover turkey, and let him fall asleep peacefully.
Nebraska was trailing Iowa 14-3 at halftime, and head coach Bo Pelini took out some frustration on ESPN sideline reporter Quint Kessenich, who asked for Pelini's reaction to the two interceptions thrown by Huskers quarterback Ron Kellogg III. "Well, what do you think? What kind of question is that?" Pelini asked as…
That settles that: Bo Pelini's not going anywhere. Nebraska officials issued a statement today that said the school is "prepared to put the matter to rest." The school also acknowledged that then-AD Tom Osborne "became aware of these comments and the existence of a recording more than a year ago, and addressed the…
Cindy Lange-Kubick, the Lincoln (Neb.) Journal Star's Life columnist, has written a response to our Bo Pelini story in which she provides us with a number of tips for possible stories. We take all the tips we get very, very seriously, and so we'd like to use this space to let Ms. Lange know exactly which ones we're…
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OK, maybe the Nebraska coach had some strong words for "fucking fair-weather" fans and certain media members. He's still quite a few F-bombs away from the all-time greatest coach meltdown.
That audio of Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini venting and cursing (and cursing and cursing) about fans and some members of the media has existed for two years now. But it was made public yesterday because that's when we first learned of it. In fact, the source who gave us the recording reached out to us only a…