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Tommie Frazier Reacts To Nebraska's Home Loss To Indiana

Nebraska football players, who compete in the Big Ten, run onto the field.

LINCOLN, NE - AUGUST 30: The Nebraska Cornhuskers take the field for their game against the Florida Atlantic Owls at Memorial Stadium on August 30, 2014 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images)

Nebraska fans hoping that 2019 would be a breakthrough season have been sorely disappointed. The Huskers fell to 4-4 today with a 38-31 home loss to Indiana.

The hope for the future is still there in Lincoln, but the present looks bleak. Even Tommie Frazier, one of the greatest players in program history and a former teammate of current head coach Scott Frost, is feeling some despair.

Frazier admitted on Twitter tonight that it is tough to remain upbeat with the losses piling up.

"I'm trying to be positive but this is getting ridiculous," he tweeted.

With four games left, Nebraska needs two more wins for bowl eligibility. It won't be easy, with Wisconsin and Iowa still on the schedule. Even the two more winnable games, against Purdue and Maryland, are on the road. And one of Frost's post-game comments today raised eyebrows.

Rough times for Big Red.