Former Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier had a phenomenal playing career when in Lincoln. He’s best known for his college days with the Cornhuskers.

However, despite his success and popularity, he has been very critical of the program since its days of elite dominance have since disappeared.

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On Saturday morning, after Nebraska seventh loss of the season took place Friday night, Frazier took to Twitter:

Again, Frazier was great at Nebraska. He finished second in Heisman Trophy voting in 1995. He had incredible success. If someone wants to see the Huskers do well, Frazier would certainly be that person.

He cares enough to tweet about his thoughts on the program, and his stance is easily known: He does not believe in Scott Frost.