As Nebraska looks to regroup after its most recent embarrassing loss, Cornhuskers head coach Scott Frost delivered a clear message to the freshmen in the program — if you still want to play this season, earn it in practice.

“We’re going to give the young guys a lot of reps and see if any of them are ready to come out of their redshirt and give us four games at the end of the year,” Frost said in his press conference Tuesday according to “Any and all of them, honestly.”

Nebraska started the season 3-1, but the Cornhuskers have lost two of their last three games in blowout fashion. First, Ohio State came to Lincoln and destroyed Nebraska, 48-7, in primetime with ESPN’s College Gameday on site. Then after a narrow victory against Northwestern, Nebraska just lost to Minnesota, 34-7.

In their last three games, opponents have outscored the Cornhuskers, 92-27.

Nebraska has already matched its win total from last season (four), but the Cornhuskers are hoping to go back to a bowl game in Frost’s second season for the first time since 2016.