It was another disappointing weekend in Lincoln.

Nebraska fell to Northwestern on Saturday, dropping to 0-2 on the 2020 season. It was particularly disappointing after an off week the previous Saturday due to Wisconsin cancelling the Week 2 matchup out of an abundance of caution with COVID-19 related issues.

Now, the Huskers must bounce back in a hurry in an attempt to get their first win of the season against a struggling, yet desperate, Penn State team.

Through the first two games, the Huskers have had some offensive success but haven’t been able to capitalize by punching the football into the end zone. There are questions about the quarterback position and whether the red zone offense is ever going to produce results.

On Monday, Frost answered some questions about Nebraska’s 0-2 start and how he hopes things turn around for his program in a hurry. Here are some of the comments the third-year head coach made during his weekly presser this week as the Huskers prepare for Penn State: