We got it. It was not a fun Saturday night in Boulder, Colorado. The return trip was long. Hopefully a nice Monday breakfast will relieve your pain.
Days until the kickoff against Northern Illinois : 5.
The final line : Huskers to 14.
What Happens : The Huskers weekly press conference takes place at lunchtime instead of. Scott Frost and the players will talk about the effects of the game in Colorado and look to Northern Illinois.
Rex Burkhead : The former Husker was the New England Patriots' leading scoundrel against the Steelers on Sunday night (eight transfers, 44) yards), caught five passes for 41
" Lincoln! Lincoln! ": Before Burkhead played in this play, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady made an audible signal. The call: "Lincoln! Lincoln!" Sure enough, the sound was a piece for Burkhead.
Brady only told Lincoln, Lincoln, which was a handover to Rex Burkhead, who played college football in Nebraska, Lincoln.
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Orange Juice and Medicine
OK, we can no longer avoid this topic. Let's talk about Colorado.
The loss of 34:31 overtime on Saturday in Boulder was a heavy pill for Nebraska and the more than 30,000 fans who made their way to Folsom Field on Sunday night.
During his weekly Husker coaching show Nebraska coach Scott Frost repeated the many opportunities the Huskers had to postpone the game. "I did not think we had enough offensive urgency to get things going in the second half," said Frost. "We had the chance to postpone the game and did not do it."
And now Nebraska has to make sure Colorado does not hit it twice, Frost said. Northern Illinois comes into town on Saturday, and the Huskies took 11th place in Utah on Saturday.
"At the moment nobody hurts any more than our employees and our players," said Frost. "We wanted this drug to have every chance of taking it and leaving it out.The best medicine, the only medicine, is getting back to work and getting better and better, that would never be easy, but I still feel good about the direction and where to go. "
Former Husker Zac Taylor received positive reviews in his NFL debut, though the Bengals got stuck.
Too many games that foster optimism are getting old after a defeat, but it's important to see the big picture despite frustration over the Bengals defeat of Seattle. Zac Taylor has laid a strong foundation in his debut and taken your worst fears off the table. https://t.co/euw1fHLEnK[19459005<-PaulDehnerJr(@pauldehnerjr) September 9, 2019
Steven M. Sipple analyzes the trouble spots of the Huskers on Monday.
Parker Gabriel's Monday Rewind Tackles tackle.
Folsom Field gave Nebraska fans the opportunity to enjoy a beer with their football.
Saturday was the last in a long list of missed opportunities for the Huskers, writes Steven M. Sipple.
"I was just part of a couple (losses) harder than this." Saturday's game story.
The scores of the Saturday game Nebraska-Colorado.
Mark Kiszla, Denver Post columnist, gives his opinion on Saturday's victory in Colorado.