Saturday was disappointing to say the least.
I know some people say they’re done or that they aren’t going to care as much, but I don’t think I can do that.
That means all that I have left is hope. Hope that what we saw is not the repeat of the same things year after year, but instead just a first game jitters kind of thing. Hope that things can be better for us as fans and for the players. Hope that come November, we are feeling a lot better about this team than we did on Saturday.
Now onto your Scott Frost Day news.
Husker backs limited in opportunities as mystery about them remains
It was a position of mystery on Saturday morning and remains something of the same on Sunday morning.
How much more do you really know about Nebraska's running backs after Saturday's disquieting 30-22 loss to Illinois? The data was minuscule on a day when the Husker backs carried it a total of 19 times, including a game-deciding third quarter in which Nebraska barely had the football at all and the first touch by one of the backs came with just a minute left in it.
The Monday After: Nebraska faces an existential crisis, Pac-12 issues visualized in Week 0 - CBSSports.com
College football has already dipped its toe into the 2021 season
Nebraska Huskers football: Five things we learned from NU's weekly press conference
Here are five of our biggest takeaways from Nebraska's weekly press conference on Monday afternoon.
'Champion Mindset' Helped Gabe Ervin Jr. Become First True Freshman Running Back To Start a Nebraska Season Opener - Nebraska Football | Hail Varsity
A mindset developed in Buford, Georgia, helped pave Gabe Ervin Jr.'s path to becoming Nebraska's first true freshman starting running back.
Cook Focused on Consistency, Tougher Serving as Husker Head into Week Two - Nebraska Volleyball | Hail Varsity
John Cook touched on Nicklin Hames' Status, Lexi Rodriguez winning the libero job, Anni Evans stepping up and more in his Monday press conference.
Martinez wants to deliver more moving ahead, and expects it
A rewatching of what unfolded on Saturday didn't shift the thinking of Adrian Martinez much from what it was as he walked off the...
Tulane relocates game against Oklahoma due to Hurricane Ida - Sports Illustrated
Hurricane Ida forced Tulane to relocate its first game of the season in New Orleans to Norman, Oklahoma.
Jessica Long scores first four-peat with 200m IM gold – her 25th Paralympic medal - OlympicTalk | NBC Sports
Jessica Long, the oldest athlete in the Tokyo final, has medaled in this event at every Paralympics she's competed it.
We learned more about how Bishop Sycamore ended up playing on ESPN, and it's only getting shadier