It hasn’t been a great day for Nebraska coach Bo Pelini. In his team’s regular season finale against Iowa, the Hawkeyes got out to an early 14-3 lead over the Cornhuskers after quarterback Ron Kellogg III tossed two early interceptions.
Heading into halftime, Pelini wasn’t particularly pleased with his team’s performance and was asked about the two interceptions by ESPN's Quint Kessenich. His answer wasn’t exactly cordial.
This isn't the only time a coach has scoffed at a Kessenich question. Just last Saturday, Michigan State's Mark Dantonio was perturbed when Kessenich asked him about his time management and a questionable targeting penalty.
Michigan State was able to pull out a win last week, but Pelini's team couldn't overcome the early deficit, eventually falling 38-17.