Right now, Scott Frost’s team looks more like a Big Ten also-ran than a real contender in the Big Ten West.Frost says on Husker Sports Network that he “let the team have it” at halftime.— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) October 13, 2019Of course, this all may be a disservice to what Minnesota is doing this season. Through the first month of the season, it seemed like the Gophers might just be very lucky. They won their first four games—vs. South Dakota State, at Fresno State, vs. Georgia Southern, and at Purdue—by one score.Last weekend, they opened things up with a 40-17 win over Illinois. Now, they’re a half away from going to 6-0.Wisconsin looks like the team to beat in the Big Ten West, and one of the best teams in the entire country, but don’t sleep on the Golden Gophers. LINCOLN, NE – OCTOBER 20: Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebraska Cornhuskers talks with the team during a break in the game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers at Memorial Stadium on October 20, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Nebraska football’s disappointing 2019 season hasn’t improved much through one half tonight. Scott Frost’s Huskers trail the Minnesota Golden Gophers 14-0 at the half, and are getting run over.P.J. Fleck’s team already has 220 rushing yards on 23 carries. The Huskers have managed 159 yards…total.Frost obviously isn’t happy with how things have gone, on either side of the ball. After the halftime break, he told Husker Sports Network that he “let the team have it” during the break.He better hope that pep talk worked. The Huskers are in serious trouble of falling to 4-3, and 2-2 in Big Ten play. The Huskers have already matched last year’s win total, and have plenty of opportunities to pick up six wins and go to a bowl, but the team had much higher expectations entering the season.