Game Day: Purdue vs. Nebraska Football Saturday, September 29, 2018

Its been a frustrating season so far for the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team as they lose their fourth straight game to Purdue 42-28 on a dreary day at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Neb.

Nebraska head coach Scott Frost yells at referees after a second personal foul call on the Huskers while playing Purdue at Memorial Stadium Saturday. Purdue beat Nebraska 42-28.

Nebraska punter Caleb Lightbourn slips on the wet turf while punting against Purdue at Memorial Stadium Saturday. Purdue beat Nebraska 42-28.

A Nebraska fan makes a face while holding up a sign that says Beat Purdue! Please. Purdue beat Nebraska 42-28.

The ball slips through the hands of Purdue wide receiver Terry Wright with Nebraska cornerback Dicaprio Bootle trailing during second half action at Memorial Field Saturday. Purdue beat Nebraska 42-28.

Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore slips away from Nebraska’s Aaron Williams and Dicaprio Bootle at Memorial Stadium Saturday.

Purdue tight end Brycen Hopkins jumps over Nebraska safety Deontai Williams during second half action at Memorial Field Saturday. Purdue beat Nebraska 42-28.

Purdue tight end Brycen Hopkins jumps over Nebraska safety Deontai Williams during second half action at Memorial Field Saturday. Purdue beat Nebraska 42-28.

Nebraska running back Devine Ozigbo places his fist over his heart while looking at fans fourth quarter touchdown run against Purdue at Memorial Stadium Saturday. Purdue beat Nebraska 42-28.

Nebraska running back Devine Ozigbo celebrates with offensive lineman Matt Farniok (71) and tight end Jack Stoll after scoring a touchdown against Purdue at Memorial Stadium Saturday.

Purdue tight end Brycen Hopkins scores a touchdown against Nebraska at Memorial Stadium Saturday. Purdue beat Nebraska 42-28.

Nebraska cornerback Dicaprio Bootle (23) breaks up a pass play to Purdue wide receiver Terry Wright at Memorial Field Saturday.

Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore tries to run up field in between Nebraska safety Tre Neal (14) and Aaron Williams (24) at Memorial Stadium Saturday.

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