Saturday, October 13, 2007

ESPN2 Broadcasts Post-Game Press Conference

When was the last time ESPN2 (or ESPN) broadcast a Nebraska football post-game press conference live?


Mark this event down as a landmark. The national media is now nationally broadcasting a blowout loss by Nebraska and I believe that from this point on they will continue to make big news of every loss creating media pressure on what we've been bitching about regarding SP and the staff. Are you listening now Harv? It will end with the BIG news conference when SP is let go along with the staff and a replacement is announced.


Omababe said...

I just don't get it. :(

I'm a casual fan, not at all a fanatic, see a game as a social event more than anything, but even I know something is very badly wrong.

What is it? Is it the coaching staff? The strategy?

I've seen some losses over the years, even the disappointment of "not winning the big ones" in the 1990s, but this is as bad as I have ever seen it. :(

Anonymous said...


What's your user name on Huskerpedia?

dingbat said...

Oh wow. I didn't realize ESPN had done that. I would have loved to see that.

I truly believe that at least one, if not all three of the Cosgrove-Callahan-Pederson axis of stupidity, will be gone after the Colorado game.

Anonymous said...

So, the Huskers are 4-3. BFD. What's wrong with a building year or two? Nebraska let Solich go because he was (if I remember correctly) 9-3. And now people want to get rid of Peterson and Callahan because they haven't brought home a national championship every year. Come on Husker fans, get real! There's more to life than just a college football championship.

Anonymous said...

The loss also made the front page of The Drudge Report for a time with a link to the Yahoo story. Any truth to the rumors of firings today?

Anonymous said...

Media conference at 4pm

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