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Topic - Tommie Frazier
Unintentionally, Nebraska coach Bo Pelini gave Mack Brown a little break on Monday.
Nebraska coach Bo Pelini says if Tommie Frazier doesn't like how he's running the football program, he doesn't need his support.
Hours after Bo Pelini fired back at criticism from one of the Nebraska program's all-time greats, he had to apologize for a profane rant in which he criticized "fair-weather" Cornhuskers fans.
Hours after Bo Pelini fired back at criticism from one of the Nebraska program's all-time greats, the sports website Deadspin posted 2-year-old audio of the Cornhuskers' coach using profane language as he talked about fans and two newspaper writers.
Hours after Pelini fired back, Deadspin posted 2-year-old audio of the Cornhuskers' coach using profane language as he talked about fans and two newspaper writers.
Some of the greatest players have had to wait decades after becoming eligible to get the call from the College Football Hall of Fame.
The only time Tommie Frazier and Danny Wuerffel shared the field during their brilliant college careers, Frazier's Nebraska team trampled Wuerffel and Florida in the 1996 Fiesta Bowl to win the national championship.
They are part of a class of 12 players and two coaches chosen by the National Football Foundation and revealed Tuesday.
Heisman Trophy winners Danny Wuerffel of Florida and Ron Dayne of Wisconsin, along with two-time national champion Tommie Frazier of Nebraska, were selected Tuesday for the College Football Hall of Fame.
Retired Nebraska coach Tom Osborne won't get drawn into an argument over how his 1990s teams that won three national championships in four years would fare against the Alabama teams that just accomplished the same feat.
Nebraska backup quarterback Cody Green has decided to transfer after getting beaten out by Taylor Martinez for the starter's job last fall and having failed to make headway in the spring against new challengers.
The late Derrick Thomas of Alabama, quarterback Tommie Frazier of Nebraska and tailback Lorenzo White of Michigan State are among the college football stars making their first appearance on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot this season.
In his Saturday tweet, Frazier wrote: "It's time to get rid of the defensive play caller, the Dc, lb dl and db coaches. ... Time for change!"
In his Saturday tweet, Frazier wrote: "It's time to get rid of the defensive play caller, the Dc, lb dl and db coaches. I hate saying this but this crap is getting old. How in the hell do you not make adjustments or put your players in the position to compete? If this is what is going to happen for the remainder of the season, count me out. I don't care if we lose a game but the way we are losing is just not what Nebraska fans deserve. I have fought, bled, and cried over this program. I didn't do all that for the program to become what it has today. Time for change!"