Scott Frost’s record in one-score games took yet another hit in Week 2, and he ruined a brilliant run by Nebraska inside Memorial Stadium.

Late during the broadcast of Saturday’s game against Georgia Southern, the FS1 broadcast shared a graphic of the Huskers when scoring 35+ at home. According to the graphic, Nebraska was a flawless 214-0 inside Memorial Stadium (11-0 during Frost’s tenure).

With the 45-42 loss to Georgia Southern, that brilliant record is no more. As if Nebraska needed another reason to get rid of Frost, this could be the final nail in his coffin.

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Frost’s record in one-score games also took a hit with the loss, dropping to 5-22 all-time in one-score games. Saturday’s loss is his 10th straight in those instances.

By now, fans are well-aware that Frost’s contract buyout numbers dip drastically once the calendar turns to October. All that’s really left to be seen is if Nebraska can stomach the results for a few weeks longer before finally ridding the program of Frost.