Do you agree with the way coach pelini has handled the aftermath of the oklahoma game?
coach pelini did not let any players talk to the press after the game. right or wrong? is it better to not dwell on the blowout loss, or, do you allow the players, fans, and press to get it out of their system?
another thing. i like how pelini protects his players by putting all the blame on himself, but is their a downside to this as well, like in recruiting? i mean, if you keep telling everyone that you, as a head coach keep making mistakes, who is going to want to play under you? i do not advocate "throwing the players under the bus" but is there/should there be another way to explain mistakes?
also, what is the short answer for not giving more playing time to thenarse and culbert? could those two actually play worse then asante and ohanlon?