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Indiana AD Takes A Shot At Nebraska's Coaches After Win

A closeup of Indiana Hoosiers head coach Tom Allen during a football game.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN - NOVEMBER 17: Head coach Tom Allen of the Indiana Hoosiers reacts while playing the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium on November 17, 2018 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Michigan won the game 31-20. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

The Indiana Hoosiers picked up their biggest win of the season so far by defeating the Nebraska Cornhuskers in Lincoln. Following the victory, Indiana athletic director Fred Glass took a shot at Nebraska's coaching staff.

Indiana has won four out of its past five games to improve its record to 6-2.

Although the Hoosiers pulling off the statement win was enough to make the coaching staff happy, Glass decided to throw some shade at the Cornhuskers.

Glass believes Scott Frost and the rest of the coaching staff at Nebraska had no respect for Indiana coming into the game.

He didn't elaborate on his comments, but it's pretty obvious that there's no love lost between the two programs.

From the IndyStar:

“I’m very, very happy for our kids and very, very happy for our fans, because like Tom said tonight, we’re sick of talking about how close we’ve been, one to a signature win and two to qualify for a bowl,” Glass said, speaking shortly before flying back to Bloomington with IU’s traveling party. “To hit both of those things today at Nebraska was particularly gratifying, particularly knowing Nebraska’s staff had no respect for our program.”

It'll be interesting to see if Frost responds to Glass' remarks in the near future.

The Hoosiers will look to keep rolling when they host the Northwestern Wildcats next Saturday.