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.
The Cubs had lost that day in 1983 by one run to the Dodgers, dropping to 5-14, and Elia was responding to the booing of his team by the Wrigley crowd. The great thing about it was the Elia just kept going on and on, with 16 F-bombs, by my count. And then two hours later he was apologizing for the entire thing.…