Another week, another heartbreaking defeat for Nebraska. Oh, and the loss came by one possession with a bit of controversy at the very end. Sound familiar?

This time around, the Huskers were on the road in Madison to try and take down No. 15 Wisconsin. Unfortunately, Nebraska allowed Braelon Allen to continue Jonathan Taylor’s tradition of rushing for 200 yards against the Husker defense.

Despite all that, Nebraska still had a chance to tie the game late with 4 shots at the end zone. On 4th down, Adrian Martinez’s pass was broken up, though it appeared a Wisconsin defender arrived too early with contact on the play.

No flag was thrown as the Badgers gained possession. In the aftermath, Scott Frost went berserk and drew an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

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After the game, Frost said he was too upset to ask for clarification on the no-call. He also said that he asked for the flag from the officials.