It really seems like Scott Frost has been on a wild roller coaster ride since taking over the role of Nebraska head coach.

Though there haven’t been very many highs, the Husker coach got one of those highs as his team went into West Lafayette and bested Purdue for their second win of the season.

On Monday, Frost met with the media to discuss a matter of things. Though there wasn’t a lot to report, we received an injury update on Myles Farmer, who suffered a serious leg injury in pregame warmups on Saturday.

Another player dealing with health issues is junior wide receiver Omar Manning. Frost did not give us a concrete answer on his status for the rest of the season.

Speaking of wide receivers, Frost discussed his new strategy with the Husker wide receiver corps.

Looking ahead, there seems to be some uncertainty about the Big Ten games that will be played on Dec. 19 outside of the Big Ten Championship Game. At this point, Frost seems focused on Saturday’s opponent: Minnesota.

Next week, players will begin to sign national letters of intent with the early signing period. That could mean some recruits enrolling and heading to Lincoln in January, which Frost believes is the right call despite the pandemic.

Here’s what else Frost had to say.