Scott Frost’s tenure in Nebraska is not off to a good start.

Frost reached two lackluster milestones on Saturday in the Huskers’ loss to Minnesota.

He now has an 11-20 record with Nebraska, which is the same number of losses as Frank Solich and one more loss than Mike Riley.

For context, Solich was Nebraska’s coach for six seasons. Frost has been in Lincoln for less than three season’s worth of games due to COVID-19 schedule adjustments for this year.

This loss also secures Nebraska’s fourth consecutive losing season. Frost has presided over three of those years.

The Huskers haven’t suffered losing seasons in four straight campaigns since 1956-61.

Nebraska extended Frost’s contract last winter, so it’s unlikely that he’s on the hot seat heading into Championship Weekend. However, fans are likely growing tired of Frost’s lack of success.

If there’s any bright side for the Huskers, Frost has recruited well so far this season. According to 247Sports Composite rankings, Nebraska has the No. 21 class in the country and the No. 5 class in the Big Ten. National Signing Day is on Dec. 16.

The Huskers’ Week 9 opponent is expected to be announced on Sunday.