Nebraska quarterback Tanner Lee is struggling once again Saturday, and one prominent Cornhuskers fan is ready for a new signal caller.
Tommie Frazier, who quarterbacked Nebraska to back-to-back national titles in 1994 and 1995, tweeted Saturday that it was “definitely time for a change at QB.” The tweet appeared to be in response to a pick-6 that gave Rutgers a 17-14 lead at Memorial Stadium.
It's definitely time for a change at QB. #enoughalready
— Tommie Frazier (@TouchdownTommie) September 23, 2017
This marks the second week in a row Frazier expressed displeasure with the Huskers on Twitter. Last Saturday, he sent a series of critical tweets as Nebraska lost to Northern Illinois.
As of this writing, Lee is 6 of 16 for 51 yards on Saturday, with 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions.
Lee is backed up by redshirt freshman Patrick O’Brien, who has yet to throw a pass this season.