Like much of the 2021 season, Nebraska football lost yet another close game. This time it was against one of the hottest teams in the B1G. No. 15 Wisconsin used an incredible performance from freshman running back Braelon Allen to get past the Cornhuskers in a 35-28 win.

At the end of the day, Nebraska couldn’t stop Allen. He finished with 228 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns.

Adrian Martinez and TE Austin Allen were one of the few bright spots for the Cornhuskers. Martinez accounted for 351 yards passing, and 23 yards rushing with 2 total touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Austin Allen and Martinez also connected a few times through the air. Austin Allen hauled in 7 receptions for 143 yards receiving.

Now the team looks up at No. 17 Iowa who is still chasing a B1G West title. No. 15 Wisconsin is still ahead of the Hawkeyes in the standings since the head-to-head win in Week 9.

The Hawkeyes have won the last 6 meetings with Nebraska although the Cornhuskers lead the all-time series 29-19. No. 17 Iowa (9-2) and Nebraska (3-8) face off in Lincoln at 1:30 p.m. ET on the Big Ten Network.

Frost brought up the quarterback situation, what Iowa brings to the table, and senior day at Nebraska in his weekly press conference on Monday.

Here’s what Frost had to say: