To say the 2020 season has been a disappointment for Nebraska would be an understatement. The Huskers were hoping to see major improvements in the third year of the Scott Frost era, but the team sits with a lowly 1-4 record on the season and ending the year on the right side of the .500 mark is now out of the question.

Nebraska’s sorrows were compounded on Friday, falling 26-20 to Iowa in heartbreaking fashion, suffering a sixth-straight loss to the Hawkeyes. It was also another one-possession loss for the program, which has been somewhat of a theme under Frost.

On Monday, Nebraska defensive back Cam Taylor-Britt said that there’s still work to be done in terms of building a culture in Lincoln. Why? Simply put, because the Huskers are not winning games.

“We’re still building the culture,” Britt said, per Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald. “Because we’re not winning and that’s not Nebraska culture.”

Under Frost, the Huskers are just 10-19 and have failed to finish the year with a winning record and have yet to appear in a bowl game. With talent returning on both sides of the football and an influx of talent with recruiting, expectations were high that Nebraska would competitive in the B1G West.

So far, that hasn’t been the case. Nebraska’s lone victory in 2020 came over a 1-5 Penn State teams. The Huskers still have Purdue (2-3), Minnesota (2-3) and a Champions Week matchup left on the schedule. There’s still a chance to finish at 4-4 if no games are canceled.

If that happens, it would certainly be a bright spot on this season.