Scott Frost is going to have to have a heart-to-heart conversation with his team. And if he’s already done it once, he may need to do it again.

The Omaha World-Herald is reporting that Myles Farmer, a member of Nebraska’s 2019 recruiting class, was recently cited for a marijuana-related offense. According to the report, Farmer was cited on Monday night for suspicion of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

Per the report, the citation was issued after “a community service officer detected the smell of marijuana coming from the room.” The program is aware of the citation but has not commented publicly on the situation.

It’s unknown if Farmer will face any punishment from the football program.

Farmer is the fourth Husker to face a marijuana-related citation/offense this offseason. Wan’Dale Robinson, Jeramiah Stovall and Maurice Washington have also been cited with similar offenses.

What the consequences will be for the offenses is unknown, but the program is aware of all of the situations. Frost may want to have another conversation with his team before the start of the season, which begins on Aug. 31 for the Huskers.