Some posters on the aTm site said the camera man should consult an attorney. I think thats a great idea.
It will be interesting to see if anything comes of it. The people that run TexAgs, including the cameraman, have a lot of power in this town. I wouldn't be suprised if multiple Aggie lawyers have contacted them about it.
I was so happy to see Nebraska go down last night. It was fantastic watching Bo Pelini acting like a 5 year old that didn't get what he wanted for Christmas. That guy is a complete tool. He whined and cried and kicked and screamed all night at the sideline official and finally got flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct. Both of the Pelini brothers need to be suspended. Typical Nebraska though... even their coaches are a couple of ****heads. No wonder their fans are so terrible and their players go out on the field with the intention to hurt other players. Nebraska is a ******* joke.
The Pelini brothers act like junkyard dogs. Osborne needs to tell them to just get off the field after a loss...Bo is usually going after the refs while Carl just seems to look for confrontation
These guys are a time bomb, if we wait these guys will implode, no one, I mean no one has two of these types of personalities on the sidelines. They will be their own demise. Also would you want your kid to play for KNU after the show the Pelenis put on last night?
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