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.
On April 29, 1983, the Cubs lost by a run to the Dodgers at Wrigley Field, dropping them to 5-14, last place in the National League East. Afterward, a reporter asked Cubs manager Lee Elia a question about fan support. Elia responded with an unrivaled fusillade of profanities.
Today is the 25th anniversary of Lee Elia's infamous tirade against Cubs fans (language in video uncensored, NSFW). Is it the most notable tirade in sports history? Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy's "I'm a man! I'm 40!" rant gets more play, but has not yet stood the test of time. In the NFL, Jim Mora had a…