Nebraska looked nothing like the team that upended Penn State a week before, reverting back to their old form in a 42-23 home loss to Illinois.

Simply, it was a terrible loss from the Cornhuskers, now 1-2 on the year. Freshman quarterback Luke McCaffrey, who looked promising the past two weeks, struggled against Illinois.

With the loss, Nebraska is now 10-17 in what is now the third season under head coach Scott Frost.

McCaffrey threw three interceptions, part of an offense that didn’t necessarily have difficulties moving the ball but did have a hard time sustaining drives.

Turnovers were a major reason as Nebraska lost the ball five times on an afternoon where they gained 390 yards but simply were lacking with their ball security.

Frost spoke after the game following the loss to Illinois: