The Nebraska Cornhuskers are still “reflecting” on the situation revolving around head coach Bo Pelini.
Perlman, who made the comments following his his annual state-of-the-university speech Tuesday, added that the university will reflect “until we decide not to.”
Despite holding a 21-3 lead late in the second quarter, Pelini’s Cornhuskers allowed the UCLA Bruins to score the last 38 points off the game, cruising to a 41-21 lead.
Afterwards, an audio tape from two years ago surfaced. In the audio, Pelini gives a profane-laced tirade, bashing several journalists and ultimately the Nebraska fans (without the fans who come in droves every Saturday, Nebraska wouldn’t be the program they are).
Pelini also got into an argument with former Nebraska great Tommie Frazier. The two butted heads after Frazier called out Pelini’s defense via twitter.
Pelini has since offered up an apology, but of course, after his comments, it doesn’t sound all that sincere.
The Cornhuskers will be back in action Saturday when they host South Dakota State. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 EST.