Colin Cowherd posts brutally honest message about Nebraska
Dustin Schutte | 5 hours ago
The hits keep coming to Nebraska. After a disappointing loss to Illinois in Week 0, everyone was pouring it on the Huskers, including national media types.
Radio personality Colin Cowherd was the latest to chime in on the situation in Lincoln. Following a 30-22 defeat in Champaign to open the season, Cowherd released a brutally honest tweet regarding the state of the program.
“Maybe it’s not always the football coaches fault at Nebraska,” Cowherd wrote on Twitter. “Things change. What works in 1995 doesn’t always crush in 2021. In any business.”
Maybe it’s not always the football coaches fault at Nebraska. Things change. What works in 1995 doesn’t always crush in 2021. In any business.
— Colin Cowherd (@ColinCowherd) August 29, 2021
Nebraska is now 12-21 under head coach Scott Frost. A whopping 13 of those losses, including Saturday’s, have come in one-possession games.
All offseason, Frost harped on the “little things” that held the Huskers back. Primarily, he talked about special teams gaffes, ill-timed penalties and costly turnovers. In the Week 0 loss, Nebraska surrendered a scoop-and-score, missed two extra points and was penalized 5 times for 67 yards.
The same stuff Nebraska has been fighting for three years surfaced again on Saturday.