A loss in Lincoln to Iowa would drop Nebraska to 8-4, which would equal the Huskers’ worst regular-season record since Pelini took over in 2008. A win over Iowa would mean Nebraska could win its 10th game in a bowl, giving Pelini his fourth 10-win season in six seasons.
“I’m not coaching to save my job or anything,” Pelini said, via the Omaha World-Herald. “At the end of the day, I want to be here. I want to be here if they want me here. If they don’t, if somebody doesn’t want me here — and I’m not saying (Athletic director) Shawn (Eichorst) does, doesn’t, whatever — if they don’t want me here, I’ll move on. I’ll go on my way.”
Source: JJ Stankevitz, NBC Sports