I think this is completely wrong. Pellini had the decency to take another job but finish out with his current commitments on the season. I salute Bo for this.....is it better to do what RR did with going to michigan and not coaching the Bowl for WV?
Its really been ******* me off lately when a coach bolts to another job and doesnt finish up the season in a bowl with his players. Its a dead recruiting time, and it'll eat up a whole week or 2 of his time to prepare for a bowl game. I think its speaks volumes for a guys character to do what Bo is doing.
In fairness to these coaches...most of them are "shown the door" as soon as they accept another position...it is not really their choice in many cases.
Again the LSU situation is unique...they are playing for the National Championship...not the GMAC bowl. My sense is that if they were playing in any other bowl that Pelini would be shoveling snow in Lincoln rather than reviewing game tapes of the OSU offense in Baton Rouge.
I cheer for two teams, Iowa State and whoever is playing the hawkeyes.
Yeah, but keep this in mind - considering the situation at Nebraska this may be the last time Bo gets to coach in a bowl game in a really long time. If I were him I'd try to take advantage of that as well...
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