Police are going through the phone records of Nebraska defensive coordinator Kevin Cosgrove after a mild-mannered fan left him voice mails that threatened his life.
A male voice left messages on Cosgrove’s office voice mail early Nov. 4, after the blowout loss at Kansas. The caller, according to the warrant, left messages in which he expressed anger about the Jayhawks scoring 76 points against the Cornhuskers.
In one message, he ordered Cosgrove, “Go back to where you (expletive) came from you (expletive), before I (expletive) kill ya,” according to the warrant.
Wait, so it's illegal to threaten people's lives now? But only over the phone, right? Because I really don't want to have to retract my Clay Bennett death threats. Yeah, that's right. Blame Seattle politicians all you want, fuckface. I'll find you where you sleep. I don't care about getting your blood on my hands or going to jail. You're gonna wake up dead before the Sonics move.
…is what I would say if I wanted to threaten someone, ha ha ha! (This post brought to you by With Leather's legal counsel.)
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