LINCOLN NE - OCTOBER 30: Coach Bo Pelini of the Nebraska Cornhuskers pumps his fist to the Husker faithful after their game against the Missouri Tigers at Memorial Stadium on October 30 2010 in Lincoln Nebraska. Nebraska Defeated Missouri 31-17. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)

Nebraska Coach Bo Pelini Fine After Leaving Game In Ambulance

Nebraska coach Bo Pelini left Nebraska's game against Arkansas State in an ambulance. He had complained of feeling unwell and gotten his pulse checked earlier in the game.

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Bo Pelini Has 'Clean Bill Of Health' After Scare For Nebraska

Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Bo Pelini has been given a clean bill of health.

Pelini was suffering from flu-like symptoms and had to leave Nebraska's game against Arkansas State Saturday. He was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. Pelini had his pulse checked earlier in the game, later saying, "I'm OK. I'm fine. Not feeling real good." Defensive coordinator John Papuchis took over in Pelini's absence.

Pelini spoke at his weekly news conference Monday and said, "I'm not just healthy. I'm very healthy." He said he has no heart condition or illness and that Saturday was an "isolated incident."

He admitted he was suffering from an upset stomach on Saturday before he went to the hospital, but he left the hospital later that day. Sunday, he was back to work watching game film.

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Bo Pelini Leaves Nebraska Game In Ambulance, According To Report

Nebraska football coach Bo Pelini, who'd been suffering from some sort of ailment earlier in his team's game against Arkansas State on Saturday afternoon, has reportedly left the stadium in an ambulance, according to ESPN. There's no word yet as to just what sort of illness or injury he's undergoing, but we'll hopefully find out good news soon.

He had remained in the locker room after the Huskers came out for the second half, saying, "Not feeling real good," as he headed in at the break. He appeared to be presenting his condition in a positive light.

Pelini, 44 years old, had also had his pulse checked on the sideline during the first half. He had to sit down for a moment as well.

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