Looking for their first win over Purdue of the Scott Frost era, the Nebraska Cornhuskers took to the field at Ross-Ade Stadium to face off against the Boilermakers on Saturday, Dec. 5, 2020, in West Lafayette, Indiana. In a game considered by many as a stoppable force meeting a movable object, the Huskers came out swinging, blocking the punt on Purdue's opening drive to give Nebraska a go-ahead touchdown. The Huskers kept the momentum up through the rest of the game, crushing the Boilermakers 37-27. Nebraska moves on with a 2-4 record on the season and will face off against Minnesota in the last regular game of the season on Saturday, Dec. 12, in Lincoln, Nebraska.