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www.wowt.com
accessed Dec. 5
published Nov. 27
title, "Huskers Reflect On Woeful Year
Pederson backs Callahan"
A day after Nebraska finished its worst football season in 43 years, athletic director Steve Pederson said he was disappointed in the team's 5-6 record, but pleased with the job first-year coach Bill Callahan has done.
www.wowt.com
accessed Dec. 5
published Nov. 27
Pederson has been targeted by disgruntled fans who have resisted the change from Frank Solich to Callahan. Pederson has endured a steady stream of criticism from callers to his statewide radio show and was booed during a halftime ceremony at Friday's game. Pederson said scrutiny comes with the job. "If everybody agrees with you, you probably aren't doing anything." A Nebraska native, Pederson said he understands the frustration of Husker fans who have been accustomed to winning. This season was the first since 1961 that the Huskers finished with a losing record (the 1961 Nebraska squad went 3-6-1), and the first since 1968 that they will not go to a bowl.
channel 6 news
11/27
10 pm
Much of the newscast was spent discussing Nebraska's football loss. Many feel that this is a bad omen of the future of our team under the present coaches. In any case, we are not heading to a Bowl game.
www.wowt.com
accessed Dec. 5
published Dec. 5
BCS (Bowl Championship Series)Poll: Top 25 was posted, with Southern Cal topping the charts, Iowa at the nuber 12 spot, and bringing up the end was Ohio State. NE, clearly, didn't make it!
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