Give Scott Frost some credit, he’s still a believer in the process. After a 48-7 thumping on Nebraska’s home turf, other head coaches might be looking for a different answer.

The Huskers put up little fight against Ohio State on Saturday, as the fifth-ranked Buckeyes cruised to their second B1G win of the season and are now 5-0 in conference play. Nebraska’s offense couldn’t move the football. The defense couldn’t get a stop.

Nothing went right for Nebraska.

After the game, Frost took the podium to speak with the media. Surprisingly calm and subdued after such a lopsided loss, the Nebraska head coach continued to hammer home that the Huskers aren’t going to run away from the process and will continue to work to get the program to a level where it’s competitive in these games.

The kids know where this is going, the coaches know where this is going,” Frost said. “We’re just not there right now.

“We can’t doubt for a second what we’re doing…You can’t run from where you, you cant run from who you are.”

Nebraska dropped to 3-2 on the season with the loss, with the only other defeat coming against Colorado. It’s also just the first loss for the Huskers in B1G play. They defeated Illinois last weekend 42-38.

Frost has talked at length about how Nebraska is better than it was a year ago, but how it’s not where it wants to be just yet. He’s still trudging along the path, trying to establish the Huskers as a premier college football team.

The real test comes in the coming weeks. We’ll see how Nebraska responds to this loss.