Keith Duncan does not like Nebraska. Whenever he gets the opportunity to throw some shade the Huskers way, he does so in emphatic fashion.

Last year, the Iowa kicker blew kisses to the sidelines after making a game-winning field goal to lift the Hawkeyes to a victory over the Huskers for a fifth-straight season. This year, he called out Nebraska for being more worried about facial hair than playing football.

Earlier this week, Nebraska wide receiver Kade Warner said that everyone on the team was growing mustaches for the game. And after Iowa defeated its arch rival for a sixth-straight season, the kicker did a little talking.

“I think they’re more worried about growing mustaches than playing football,” Duncan said after the game, per Chad Leistikow of the Des Moines Register.

Duncan has some room to talk. Not only did he drill the game-winning field goal during the 2019 season, he converted 4-of-5 attempts on Friday in the 26-20 win for Iowa. His lone miss was a 51-yarder in the 4th quarter.

Nebraska fell to 1-4 on the season with the loss while Iowa improved to 4-2. Most importantly, though, the Hawkeyes are 3-0 against Scott Frost, winning all three contests by one possession.