Nebraska is now 2-5, a 24-17 loss to Minnesota the latest disappointment in a season filled with underwhelming performances. After a win last week over Purdue, many were expecting more from the Huskers.

In their third season under Frost, Nebraska is now 11-20. The Cornhuskers haven’t had a winning record yet under Frost.

Nebraska amassed just 308 yards of total offense against Minnesota. They turned the ball over twice and held possession for just 24:12. There is just one game left in the season, with the Huskers awaiting to hear who they will play in Week 9, also labeled as “Champions Week.”

Here is what Frost said after the loss to Minnesota: