Another week, another disappointing result from the Nebraska Cornhuskers. On Saturday, Nebraska went on the road to give No. 20 Michigan State a tough fight. Michigan State forced overtime with a 62-yard punt return for a touchdown from Jaylen Reed.

Nebraska had a chance to score first in overtime, but quarterback Adrian Martinez continued to hurt the team with a costly interception. This set up a 21-yard field goal from Michigan State kicker Matt Coghlin to give the Spartans the 23-20 win overtime.

Nebraska currently has a 2-3 overall five games into the 2021 season. The Cornhuskers have accumulated an overall record of 14-23 (9-19 in B1G play) in the fourth season with Scott Frost as head coach.

After the game, Frost gave his thoughts and concerns about the loss by saying that the loss was “the same movie” and that the little thing hurt the team by saying, “I’m sick of it.”

Frost was especially disappointed in the way special teams gave Michigan State the will to come back and eventually win the game.