Nebraska’s Bill Callahan on Monday apologized to Cornhuskers fans for his coaching performance in the Big 12 championship game.
“I was disappointed in everything I did,” Callahan told reporters on a conference call. “I could have done a better job. I just didn’t do enough. As I go through the week, I’m taking inventory of where we’ve got to get better, what changes we have to make. If we have to change some things, I’m going to change them. I’m looking at it really hard.”
“Our fans waited a long time for that, and I apologize to them,” Callahan said. “I’m really, really upset with that performance. It all falls on my shoulders. I’m pretty aggravated, to say the least.”