Scott Frost Blows Opportunity at First Shutout Since 2009

Oct 5, 2019; Lincoln, NE, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Scott Frost talks to an official during the game against the Northwestern Wildcats in the second half at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports

LINCOLN, NE — Something is rotten in Lincoln. Sata– uh, I mean Scott Frost had the opportunity to clinch Nebraska’s first shutout since 2009 and he blew it. Up 54-0, Frost did the inexplicable and put in the 2nd team defense.

Yes, dear reader, I know I’ve been calling for the young guys to play for weeks, but not when we’re up 54-0 and have a chance at a meaningless stat for me to write about. What was he thinking?

I mean, he already had the nerve to win the game and keep me from writing my article about how awful he is, but to deny me a meaningless stat. How dare he? I am the great and powerful, Dick Chatterin!

Although, on the bright side, I now get to be negative, again. So, that makes me happy. Fire Sco– uh, I mean, Go Big Red!

Oh and Bo Pelini did something bad today, right? I’m sure. F!@# that guy!

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