And then it really got ugly. When Wisconsin scored to take a 63-17 lead in the third quarter, NU coach Bo Pelini turned his back to the field and flipped his play sheet into the air.
This perfectly goofy ending to the Big Ten's most imperfect season is a shrill warning to any Nebraska fan who thought the glory days were on the near horizon.
The unvarnished truth is that much of the six-game winning streak NU toted to Indy was coated in fool's gold.
It all came against teams from the Big Ten. And the Big Ten, from Commissioner Jim Delany on down, knows that downtrodden group is no better than fifth among the six power conferences.
I did not watch the game, but I just took a look at the stats and it shows Wisky had 10 pass attempts in the entire game. Is that correct? 10? I mean I know they are pretty one-dimensional, but that makes Nebby's D look even worse.
Wisky attempted ZERO passes in the second half. ZERO! And they still scored 28 points in the half. Hahahahaha
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