Nebraska may have had huge expectations coming into the season, but through six weeks, the Huskers are 4-2. Not horrible, of course, but, expectations were higher.

Nebraska’s offense hasn’t fired on all cylinders consistently this season partially due to quarterback Adrian Martinez. Martinez had Nebraska tied with Northwestern in the third quarter this past weekend and then suffered an apparent knee injury.

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Nebraska went on to win the game 13-10 without Martinez leading the Huskers. Noah Vedral — who played under Scott Frost at UCF — took over in Martinez’s absence.

On Monday, Vedral was quoted as saying that he was taking first-team reps right now in practice:

Frost also spoke with the media about Martinez:

Nebraska travels to take on Minnesota this week for a 7:30 p.m. ET kickoff.