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After Orlando-area wide receiver Dominic Walker elected to decommit from Nebraska this past weekend, well, coach Bo Pelini and one of his assistant coaches allegedly had choice words for the 6’2, 190 lb. Walker. Walker decided it’d be appropriate to deliver the news of his decommitment personally by making a phone call to Nebraska’s staff. This did not sit well with Pelini. Here’s how Walker described the call to the Orlando Sentinel’s Chris Hays...
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"It was a very tough decision. They were [mad]. They were very mad. But I thought I had to call them like a real man should," Walker said. "But yeah, they were mad. Coach Pelini said, 'Best of luck, you're going to need it.'”

Walker then added that Nebraska wide receivers coach Rich Fisher was on the call too.

"Coach Fisher said, 'I can’t believe you,' " Walker said. “It was really awkward."

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6 Comments
C'mon, what r u gonna say as a coach?
Pelini Rocks! Big red nat champs this year!
Reply52 months
Pelini is a douchebags douchebag.
Reply52 months
Not to mention, they were throwing around the NCAA/Cam card before to try and keep him from decommitting
Reply52 months
chest?
Reply52 months
Pelini always has been and always will be a POS
Reply52 months
Pelini gon Pelini?

4reallytho he supa mad
Reply52 months
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