The spring season is underway in Lincoln.

Monday, Nebraska returned to the field to begin the first of 15 spring practices, which will conclude with the annual Red-White Spring Game on May 1. The Huskers are preparing to enter the fourth year under head coach Scott Frost.

So far, things haven’t quite gone as planned for the Huskers. While the team has shown improvement over the past three seasons, the results to reflect it in the record book. Nebraska is just 12-20 under Frost, with no bowl appearances.

Nebraska was 3-5 last season.

But the Huskers are ready to flip the page on the 2020 season and begin focusing on the upcoming year. Nebraska will have plenty to look forward to, as it will travel to Champaign to open the college football season with a Week 0 contest against Illinois.

On Monday, following the team’s first spring practice, Frost met with the media to talk about spring practice, expectations, and the outlook for the 2021 season. Here’s what he had to say: