Blair Kerkhoff writes: Twice in the last 12 years, Nebraska has fired a football coach who had won at least 71 percent of his games and finished 9-3 in his final season. In 2003, it was Frank Solich. On Sunday, it was Bo Pelini. “We just weren’t able to win enough games that mattered,” said Cornhuskers athletic director Shawn Eichorst.
Blair Kerkhoff writes: Twice in the last 12 years, Nebraska has fired a football coach who had won at least 71 percent of his games and finished 9-3 in his final season. In 2003, it was Frank Solich. On Sunday, it was Bo Pelini. “We just weren’t able to win enough games that mattered,” said Cornhuskers athletic director Shawn Eichorst. File photo by Charlie Neibergall The Associated Press
Blair Kerkhoff writes: Twice in the last 12 years, Nebraska has fired a football coach who had won at least 71 percent of his games and finished 9-3 in his final season. In 2003, it was Frank Solich. On Sunday, it was Bo Pelini. “We just weren’t able to win enough games that mattered,” said Cornhuskers athletic director Shawn Eichorst. File photo by Charlie Neibergall The Associated Press

The University of Nebraska has mastered the 9-3 coach firing

November 30, 2014 05:15 PM

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