Nebraska falls to 1-2 for the first time since 1981

Nebraska will have the challenge of bouncing back after dropping to 1-2 for the first time since 1981.

MIAMI, Flor. – Ten months after hiring a new head coach, Nebraska has fallen to 1-2 on the 2015 season. The last time Nebraska was under .500 after three games was in 1981. The Huskers managed to win the next eight.

Nebraska had no less than one loss heading into the month of October since joining the Big Ten.

The latest, a 36-33 overtime loss to Miami on the road – a game where Nebraska was down 27-3 at one point in the second half.

Nebraska lost on a BYU Hail Mary in week one. 

“They all show up on the scoreboard the same. They all show up as losses,” said Nebraska defensive coordinator Mark Banker. “There is no such thing as a moral victory. But again, that is something we will use this week...it’s easy to say 3-0, but we are 1-2. That’s where we are at. We have to keep moving forward.”


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