Nebraska ended its season on a positive note.

Despite finishing with a 3-5 record, the Huskers were able to squeak out a road win against Rutgers on Friday night in Piscataway, 28-21. Nebraska needed a pair of touchdowns in the second half to overcome a 21-14 deficit to close out the year with a win.

The Huskers struggled with penalties and turnovers, getting flagged 9 times and losing the football on 4 additional instances. Still, the Huskers were able to pile up 620 yards of offense, with a good chunk of those coming on the ground.

Dedrick Mills ended the day with 191 yards to lead the Huskers in the rushing attack, but Adrian Martinez followed it with 157 yards of his own. The Nebraska defense also stepped up in a big way, holding Rutgers to just 252 yards of offense for the game.

Head coach Scott Frost knows it wasn’t the prettiest game to watch, but was proud of his team for fighting through the errors and coming away with a victory. Here’s what the head coach had to say following Nebraska’s win to close out the 2020 campaign: