The season may be young, but it’s already been a rough one for Nebraska.

The Cornhuskers got a small break in Week 4 with a bye, but enter next weekend’s game against Indiana in a downward spiral. The Huskers’ lone win is over FCS program North Dakota, having dropped games to Northwestern, Georgia Southern, and Oklahoma.

Nebraska is also under the direction of interim head coach Mickey Joseph after the school parted ways with the maligned Scott Frost.

On Monday, the depth chart changes for Nebraska’s offense were released for Saturday’s play.

Adding to Nebraska’s woes is the absence of RB Ajay Allen, who suffered a season-ending collarbone break in the Week 3 loss to Oklahoma. Allen will be replaced by Gabe Ervin, Jr., Rahmir Johnson or Jacquez Yant.

Joseph previously gave the starting backup nod to Ervin, stating “Gabe (Ervin Jr.’s) a back capable of getting it done.” Ervin has big shoes to fill, as before his injury, Allen garnered 190 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns on 33 carries with 5.8 yards per carry across 73 total snaps.

We’ll see if the Cornhuskers can, indeed, get it done as they face Indiana on Saturday.