Nebraska-Minnesota is one of two Big Ten games closing out Week 7 Saturday night and the Huskers haven’t gotten off to a great start.

Granted, Nebraska is without quarterback Adrian Martinez due to injury, but getting shutout in the first half likely wasn’t the plan.

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At halftime, Husker coach Scott Frost apparently let his team know how he felt about the first 30 minutes of play:

Nebraska not only trailed 14-0, but the team’s offense in particular hasn’t gotten going at all as of late. A week ago, the Huskers defeated Northwestern 13-10. The week prior?

A 48-7 loss to Ohio State. Now again, through 30 minutes, Nebraska has scored zero points.

We’re not sure of what exactly Frost said at halftime.

Then again, we may not want to know.