This season has not been a good one for Nebraska fans. While for most fans it’s just something they have to live with, one Huskers fan took his disappointment to the grave.

Milton Munson, Jr., a lifelong Huskers football fan, passed away earlier this month and included an odd final request within his obituary.

“In lieu of flowers, please place an irresponsibly large wager on Nebraska beating Iowa,” the obit reads.

Munson passed away on Nov. 16 in Grand Island, Michigan. He called several cities home throughout his life including Las Vegas, Columbia, Missouri, Hot Springs, South Dakota, and Kalispell, Montana. According to the obit, he would always come home to Nebraska.

The obituary goes on further to read, “the grim reality of the Nebraska Cornhuskers finishing yet another season with a losing record proved to be too much to bear for Milton Andrew Munson, who decided he’d seen enough of this world during the team’s recent bye week.”

“The Huskers may not have sent him into the afterlife with a victory but at least they didn’t lose. And sometimes, that’s the best you can hope for.”

Munson was 73, and his obituary ran on Nov. 18 in The Hastings Tribune.