Nebraska head coach Scott Frost had to wait until October 20th to get his first win in his first season at the helm, but it came with an explosion of offense Saturday against Minnesota.
Scott Frost said someday soon, the Huskers won't be celebrating just one win.
"I'm glad the guys are so excited," Frost said. "They deserve to be excited. But there's going to be a day around here when we're not celebrating one win, and we'll keep working toward that."
Frost thanked the fans for making his first win as head coach such a special moment for him.
"We've got as good of fans as there are in the country," Frost said. "They're loyal, they're supportive. Our kids appreciate them. They're fighting hard for them. I almost teared up running off the field. That was a special moment."
Freshman quarterback Adrian Martinez knows how good a win feels now, but says the Huskers aren't there yet.
"Feels good that the hard work paid off there, but just have to stay level headed here, put things into perspective" Martinez said. "We haven't arrived yet. As good as this feels, I think we need to feel more of this moving forward."
Hear more of what the Huskers had to say in the video above.