On Saturday, Nebraska blew a 17-0 lead at halftime against Colorado.

Many Huskers took blame for it — coach Scott Frost being one of them. Frost had said throughout the week that the altitude issue of playing Colorado at Colorado wouldn’t be an issue at all.

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Was it? Did Nebraska fold in the second half because it was tired when the Buffaloes — who are used to the altitude — weren’t? We’ll never truly know, but on Sunday morning, a Colorado staffer had this to say:

Again, Nebraska may have been gassed, which led to the second half debacle. Colorado may have had the hypothetical home-field advantage, but even the broadcast booth mentioned how it looked like — and sounded like — a Nebraska home-field advantage, not Colorado.

In the second half and in overtime, the Buffaloes outscored the Huskers 34-14. Coincidence?

Maybe.