Oh, Bo. We've missed you.
Bo Pelini, the former Nebraska coach now leading Youngstown State's football program, suffered another sideline meltdown today.
The 47-year-old coach was upset with the officials late in the fourth quarter. YSU trailed No. 2 North Dakota State, 27-24, with less than 30 seconds remaining in the game. The Penguins had the ball, but a couple unsportsmanlike conduct penalties from Pelini sealed the defeat. Pelini was apparently upset with the officials for a pass interference penalty called on his defense on the previous drive that helped NDSU score the game-winning touchdown.
— Rudy Towle (@rudytowle)
— Rudy Towle (@rudytowle) November 15, 2015
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">@FauxPelini Oh you mad huh? pic.twitter.com/hhAq9oDy6W
— Drew Grieve (@AndrewGrieve2) November 14, 2015
Nebraska's had a rough first season with Mike Riley, but Huskers' fans surely don't miss seeing that.