This is one game Scott Frost is going to want to erase from his memory.

Nebraska dropped to 0-3 on the season after a 56-10 loss to Michigan on Saturday in Ann Arbor. The Huskers are now 0-1 in the B1G as well.

The Huskers fell into a 20-0 hole in the first quarter, which snowballed into a 39-0 deficit at half. That deficit was the most lopsided halftime score against Nebraska in the “modern history of the program.”

Basically, it was a disaster from start to finish for Nebraska. And Frost didn’t have a lot of positive things to say about the performance. Here’s what the Nebraska head coach said after the Huskers’ blowout loss: