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Nebraska Isn't Iowa - And Doesn't Want To Be
“At the end of the day, I didn’t see enough improvement in areas that were for us to move forward to play championship-caliber football. We just weren’t good enough in games that mattered against championship-quality opponents. I didn’t see that changing.” That, for me, is the most telling quote from the press conference held by Nebraska Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst in which he formally announced Head Football Coach Bo Pelini had been fired. Eichorst went on to say that coming from behind to beat an Iowa team that isn’t as good as Nebraska, let alone Wisconsin or Minnesota, was not a sufficient reason to allow Pelini to keep his job. Click here to continue reading...
Iowa Meltdown Results In Overtime Loss To Nebraska 37-34
The Iowa Hawkeyes had a 24-7 lead and all of the momentum in the 3rd Quarter, went into a shell offensively, surrendered big plays on both Defense and Special Teams, and ended up losing to Nebraska 37-34 in overtime. The loss cost Iowa its last of 4 trophies - this one the Heroes Trophy - and the Hawkeyes finish the season 0-4 in trophy games with 3 of those losses coming in Kinnick Stadium. It was Senior Day in Iowa City as 16 Iowa players played their last game in Kinnick Stadium in a most disappointing fashion. Click here to continue reading ...