Sport Illinois hilariously taunted Nebraska on Twitter after blowout win

01:10  22 november  2020
01:10  22 november  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

Opinion: Nebraska getting trolled by Illinois after another loss adds to Scott Frost's misery

  Opinion: Nebraska getting trolled by Illinois after another loss adds to Scott Frost's misery Nobody was louder about playing amid a pandemic than Nebraska coach Scott Frost. Football has been played in Lincoln. It just hasn’t been played well. And, in fact, the season has only further exposed Frost to skepticism about his ability to rescue his alma mater from the abyss. From NFL plays to college sports scores, all the top sports news you need to know every day. The most relevant thing that has happened to Nebraska this season occurred shortly after its 41-23 loss to Illinois when someone on the Illini’s social media staff posted the following to their official Twitter account: “Good game Nebraska.

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MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough responded to President Donald Trump’s taunts in real time. The president gloated over television ratings crosstabs that show Fox News beating MSNBC in some demographics, and the “Morning Joe” host urged his former friend to stop watching and focus on the coronavirus crisis.

The Illinois Fighting Illini turned in a rather convincing win over Nebraska on Saturday, and they rubbed it in afterward on Twitter.

a group of football players on a field: Illinois beat Nebraska 41-23. © Bruce Thorson-USA TODAY Sports Illinois beat Nebraska 41-23.

The loss dropped the Huskers to 1-3. They were widely credited as one of two schools most aggressive in getting the Big Ten to start its season. The Illinois Twitter account acknowledged that in thanking them for the game.

That’s just plain brutal.

It’s highly doubtful that Nebraska regrets its role in bringing the Big Ten back. Scott Frost would certainly say this is a learning experience for his team, and maybe he’s right. Still, this season has been consistently humiliating for Nebraska. Maybe the Huskers would have been better off not playing.

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Kansas freshman Josh Jackson put the exclamation point on a blowout win over Nebraska Saturday afternoon in Lawrence. Jackson slammed home two of his 17

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Penn State, Nebraska both desperately seeking their 1st wins .
Nebraska is 9-17 under third-year coach Scott Frost and frustration is setting in after losses in its first two games. “The guys are impatient, just like I’m impatient to get this changed,” Frost said. "I keep saying it, but once it turns it’s going to turn in a big way and we need to have that happen soon.” If there is a team as desperate for a win as Nebraska, it is Penn State, the Cornhuskers' opponent in Lincoln on Saturday. The Nittany Lions entered the season in the top 10 and with 42 wins in four years, the best stretch since they joined the Big Ten. Following an embarrassing 35-19 home loss to Maryland, they're 0-3 for the first time since 2001.

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