Quentin Castille Kicked Off Team

Statement from Bo Pelini:

“Quentin Castille has been dismissed from the football team. He is no longer a member of the football team. We have guidelines, we have policies that we’ve set up here, we have a culture we have set up here. It’s pretty black and white my expectations and what we lay out as a staff, and if someone doesn’t follow those policies and guidelines, they’re no longer going to be with the program, and that’s the case with Quentin. We wish him luck. He’s a good kid, he’s just not going to be with our program anymore. I wish him luck in the future.”

That leaves Roy Helu as your #1, and likely freshman Rex Burkhead at #2.  Lester Ward, Austin Jones and Collins Okafor are also fighting for time, while Marcus Mendoza may have to get reacquainted with the I-back position after switching to receiver in the Spring.

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4 Responses

  1. This sounds awfully familiar.

  2. Where is Matt?!?! I need those funny anecdotes to return! The ones that “shtick” out in my head are the “carlfense” and the big screen gaming.. I need, want and deserve them!!

  3. bo was showing a bad example of sportsmanship to the team after the game sat. as a coach you cant act like a little crybaby to the media. the huskers are a good local team but not the caliber to be in the bcs. hunt. also,we need more coverage of the hawkeyes.nebraska isn,t the only team in our area.

  4. I think Su should never had played on Saturday. I am pretty sure every college football team has a policy that you can’t drink. So Su drinks, hits three cars and still gets to play in the game Saturday against Oklahoma. What kind of example is this sitting for the rest of the team; you drink but as long as you don’t get a DUI you can still play and no punishment. I think the only reason Pelani let him play is because he needed him for this game. So guys go out and drink and you will get to play the next game. What a bad example for the rest of the colleges that if you drink you can still play the next game.

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