Tommie Frazier was once a great quarterback at Nebraska. He played for the Huskers from 1992-95 and won two national championships. He finished second in Heisman Trophy voting in 1995.

Again, he was great.

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Right now at Nebraska, though, things aren’t going great. It was supposed to. But, it isn’t.

It’s head coach Scott Frost’s second year and expectations were high. As it stands, through nine games, the Huskers are 4-5. Part of the reason may be because of coaching. Part of it may be the offense. Part of it may be the defense.

One thing’s for sure: Frazier believes it may be because of quarterback Adrian Martinez.

Frazier tweeted this while Nebraska was struggling to beat Purdue. In the end, the Huskers lost.

So far this season, Martinez has dealt with injuries, but had completed 60.3 percent of his passes for 1,244 yards and seven touchdowns compared to five interceptions prior to the Purdue game. He hasn’t played great.

He would be the first to tell you that.

But again, is it all on him? Is he giving the Huskers the best chance to win each Saturday? The team and Frost has publicly backer Martinez. After all, he had a phenomenal freshman season and was a dark-horse Heisman candidate entering 2019.

However, he (and the Huskers) have not lived up to the hype.