Scott Frost isn’t immune to the criticism. Even though Nebraska is going through a new era of football, there are still fans out there who are irate with an 0-2 start to the season.

But a former Husker cornerback doesn’t have time for the fans criticizing the program after two games. And he had a stern and straight-forward message to the fans who are already putting Frost and the program on blast.

In a Twitter message after Nebraska’s 24-19 loss to Troy, former Nebraska star Fabian Washington scorched Nebraska fans for complaining about the 0-2 start.

“I went to University of Nebraska and my wife went to Florida State so I follow both schools,” Washington wrote. “When I tell you both fan bases are spoiled as (expletive). Relax, if these coaches suck after years 2 and 3 then express your concerns. Until then shut the (expletive) up. It takes time.”

That’s a pretty clear message from the former Husker.

To Washington’s point, it is a little ridiculous to expect a program to return to the glory days over night. Though Nebraska could have, and maybe should have, defeated Colorado and Troy, developing a winning culture takes a little time.

Washington was a standout cornerback for Nebraska in the early 2000s, playing from 2002 through 2004 and recording 11 interceptions in his career. He was a first round draft pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, getting selected No. 23 overall by the Oakland Raiders.

He had a seven-year NFL career.

Washington made a strong point and used forceful words to get the message across. But there will still probably be plenty of upset Nebraska fans after reading the tweet.

Or maybe now they’ll just be upset about something else.