The Nebraska Cornhuskers lost their second game of the season earlier today, that’s not the problem. The problem is, they lost to a Minnesota team that hadn’t beaten them in 53 seasons.
Coach Bo Pelini said “I don’t know whether it’s that we think that we’re better than we are or what… we did nothing you need to do to win a football game”.
Former Cornhusker quarterback Tommie Frazier had some of his own thoughts on the loss.
It had to happen sometime, but with Bo Pelini on the hot seat, the Huskers couldn’t have picked a worse time to lose to the Golden Gophers. It’s only going to get worse as the week progresses and if they don’t recover and bounce back next week against Northwestern, look out. It’s gonna get all-too interesting around Lincoln in the next few days and I have a feeling Husker Nation is going to be all about the firing of a coach this week.