Nebraska head coach Scott Frost didn't hold back while discussing his offense following the Huskers' season-opening win over South Alabama.
Frost's team got the win, beating USA, 35-21, though the Huskers struggled mightily on offense, getting out-gained by their opponent in the second half.
Nebraska's star quarterback, Adrian Martinez, came into the season with Heisman Trophy hopes, though he finished the contest with less than 200 total yards.
Frost said after the game that the Huskers' offensive performance was one of the poorest he's been a part of.
It's tough to argue with that. The Huskers looked sloppy and were unable to gain control of the line of scrimmage.
Frost remains confident in Martinez and the offense, though.
Nebraska will need to turn things around quickly.
The Huskers travel to Boulder to take on Colorado in Week 2. Nebraska and Colorado are set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. E.T. next weekend. The game will be on ABC.