Scott Frost didn’t have many answers regarding Nebraska running back Maurice Washington when he met with the media Tuesday, but he’s hoping there will be more clarity on the situation in the near future.

Last month, it was reported that Washington is facing criminal charges under California’s “revenge porn” law in connection to a video of a Bay Area teen allegedly being sexually assaulted. Washington did not record the video and was not involved in the assault, but he’s accused of keeping the video on his phone and sending it to the victim last March, along with a vulgar message.

Frost told reporters that he hopes to get more clarity on the situation and that Washington’s status as a student-athlete will be as “normal as possible” until more information is received, according to Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald.

Frost also denied the report that Nebraska allegedly knew about the legal situation, looked the other way and allowed Washington to continue playing in 2018.

Washington completed his freshman season with the Huskers last fall, rushing for 455 yards and three touchdowns on 77 carries while appearing in 11 games. He also had 24 receptions for 221 yards and a score.