Bo Pelini

Nebraska's loss is Youngstown's Bane

Why burn a bridge when you can blast it to !!##!@**!!! smithereens?

Bo was angry every minute he was coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Even though he was never asked to actually husk corn, his rage seemed to grow with every football game. Yelling and screaming became his stock in trade and his on-the-field behavior was peppered with in-your-face tantrums to the point he seemed to actually take a swing at a referee during the 2013 game against the neighboring Iowa Hawkeyes. The NEIGHBORS for goodness sake! Bo transformed outrage into an art form. Television producers of Husker games routinely assigned a camera to focus on Bo the entire game just in case he exploded. When the University of Nebraska finally fired him, Bo met with student athletes and delivered a vile farewell address filled with such a rich variety of profanity the students were forced to run to their foul-mouth dictionaries to discover what some of the phrases actually meant. Bo’s supporters note he would still be Nebraska’s coach if he had won just a few more football games. That may be true, but he would still be a jerk.

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About kerrtoons

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2 Responses to Bo Pelini

  1. Richard Dinsmore says:

    Well done , well said. Grinch comes early to Youngstown, Aquarius to Bugville.

  2. kerrtoons says:

    Nebraska’s loss is Youngstown’s bane.

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