Here in the eighth game of Scott Frost's fourth season, the cold reality was plain to see. What happened here wasn’t about one or two or three players. Or plays. This was a program loss, writes Tom Shatel.
Nebraska's early no-show put the Huskers in a hole they couldn't climb out of, in a must-win game for a shot at a bowl. It's not over yet, but this one hurt. Check out more of Tom Shatel's takes.
P.J. Fleck loves slogans. Scott Frost doesn't. But Fleck's Gophers (and slogans) are 2-1 against Frost. So Tom Shatel says if you can’t beat ‘em, write your own slogan. Here are a couple ideas.
At the time, I thought it was the right move when Scott Frost passed up the field goal on the first drive of the game. But I wonder if Frost thought about that as the game went on, writes Tom Shatel.
As Tom Shatel listened Monday to John Cook, Scott Frost and several Husker football players, he learned something about how teams respond to losing — and how to take something positive from it.
Adrian Martinez "Every given Saturday we know we can win"
All that fight the Huskers showed at Oklahoma felt like a growth moment. And they said all the right things afterward. But if there's maturity and leadership on this team, this is when it will show up.