Nebraska and Purdue have met only eight times in program history, and its most recent meetings only show a Huskers team struggling to figure itself out.
Nebraska coach Scott Frost had a big question surrounding the quarterback situation heading into Saturday’s matchup with Indiana. He ended the matchup with another.
Coach Scott Frost met with the media Monday afternoon to kick off the Indiana game week. He discussed the status of running back Maurice Washington, the backup spot, preparation for Indiana and more during his time at the podium.
Being a Michigan football fan is a test of one’s patience and loyalty. Erin Sorensen found out the hard way.
It’s been awhile since Coach Scott Frost and his Nebraska staff have had a bye week. Let’s just say it’s probably a pretty welcome sight for the group.
It’s a bye week for Nebraska, but Coach Scott Frost still met briefly with the media to discuss the Huskers’ 2021 trip to Ireland and what his team is working on now.
Nebraska figured it would be much further along than it is at this point. The 34-7 loss to Minnesota instead showed there’s a disconnect somewhere for the Huskers.
It’s been called one of the “busiest restaurants in Lincoln, Nebraska,” but the Nebraska training table hardly operates like your family’s favorite in town.
Coach Scott Frost kicked off the week on Monday with his weekly press conference. He spent just over 20 minutes at the podium, discussing the quarterbacks, the snap situation and more.
Nebraska has a 24-hour rule and it serves a purpose to help the Huskers move forward. That doesn’t mean some feelings don’t linger.