Nebraska was 4-2 overall and was coming off a 13-10 win against Northwestern a week ago. The Huskers then faced Minnesota on the road and got shellacked, 34-7.

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The Huskers are now 4-3 after losing to P.J. Fleck and the Gophers. It wasn’t just a loss, either. It was a loss that exposed Nebraska up front more than anything. The Huskers looked like they didn’t belong physically.

On Thursday night, on coach Scott Frost’s radio appearance, he talked about that and young offensive linemen in the Big Ten in general:

More from Frost:

Nebraska will have time to get better and tougher. The Huskers have a bye this week and won’t play against until Saturday, Oct. 26  at home against Indiana. If Nebraska gets demolished physically in that matchup — we’ll certainly hear more from Frost about the Huskers up front.