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They're not. Nebraska is moving on from the drama as fast as they can. After a tape that was released this week of Bo Pelini's 2011 post-game comments where he rips Cornhusker fans, the university has released a statement saying Pelini will not be punished...
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“The comments made by Head Football Coach Bo Pelini in 2011, published Monday, are unfortunate and deeply concerning to us, as they would be to anyone who loves this university. Our coaches, staff and student-athletes must be held to a high standard and Coach Pelini’s remarks were unfair to the legions of Nebraska fans and not what we expect from a representative of this university. Former Director of Athletics Tom Osborne became aware of these comments and the existence of a recording more than a year ago, and addressed the matter with Coach Pelini. We have observed, and many others have commented, that Coach Pelini’s demeanor has significantly improved since the time of this incident. Coach Pelini has given us his assurance that he understands the seriousness and inappropriateness of his comments. We believe he is sincere in his apology and in his regret. We are prepared to put the matter to rest. Our football student-athletes, coaches and staff deserve all of our support and we know the Nebraska faithful will be there for them.”
Hmmm...Should Pelini get a pass here?
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Should make him write "we are not better than uga or sc" on the chalkboard 1000 times for saying the better team lost after we both spanked that a$$.
Reply44 months
"Former Director of Athletics Tom Osborne became aware of these comments and the existence of a recording more than a year ago, and addressed the matter with Coach Pelini." Seems like he did not "get a pass", it has been "addressed".
Reply44 months
He didn't get a pass . . . he got handed his a$$ at home by the Bruins.
Reply44 months
By making him coach at Nebraska
Reply44 months
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