Scott Frost after tough loss to Purdue: 'I came back to Nebraska to get this fixed'
Scott Frost’s second year at Nebraska has not gone well and it got a bit worse Saturday.
After entering the season with increased expectations, the Cornhuskers have not looked the part of an improved team after finishing 4-8 last season. Purdue entered Saturday’s game with a slew of injuries, including missing their starting quarterback and their best playmaker in Rondale Moore.
The Boilermakers even lost QB Jack Plummer to an injury late in the game, but it still wasn’t enough for Nebraska. Freshman David Bell scored the game-winner with just over a minute to go as Frost and the Cornhuskers fell to 4-5 on the season.
After the game, Frost maintained that he’s been in a lot of close games since he came to Nebraska. He’s still focused on getting the team moving in the right direction and is confident the staff will get this thing fixed.
Here’s what Frost had to say after the loss: