Scott Frost believes team energy is positive despite 4-6 record, gives update on Wan'Dale Robinson
Nebraska hasn’t lived up to expectations this year. At 4-6 through the first 10 games, the Cornhuskers need to win their final two in order to finish 6-6 and become bowl eligible.
Despite those facts, coach Scott Frost said this week that he believes the team’s energy is still positive. However, he also said that he can still see some guys wondering about winning:
“The moods are positive, the energy is positive, the attitude is positive,” Frost said on Thursday. “They believe in where we are and what they are doing – [but] it’s just until you get a win, you can still see guys wondering when and if it’s gonna happen.
“We just need to get over the hump – winning breeds more confidence and confidence breeds more winning.”
If winning breeds more confidence, the Huskers could use some more winning.
Frost also talked about RB Wan’Dale Robinson and when he may return to the field:
“We’re hopeful that we’ll get Wan’Dale back on the field for us before the year ends,” Frost told reporters Thursday.
Robinson is just the fourth Husker as a freshman to amass at least 1,000 all-purpose yards. He has done so in just nine games.