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LINCOLN, Neb. -- Nebraska lost the debut of coach Scott Frost 33-28 to old league rival Colorado on Saturday and with it, perhaps something even more valuable in the late stages of trying to protect a lead. Quarterback Adrian Martinez, the first true freshman to start a season opener at Nebraska, dazzled in his debut but left with an injury on the Cornhuskers' second-to-last possession. Martinez, who threw for 187 yards and rushed for 117, took a hit at the line of scrimmage on a first-down run with the Huskers up 28-27. He was helped from the playing field and walked to the locker room after the defeat with his right knee in a wrap. Frost described the early prognosis of Martinez as "semi-encouraging." "We're going to wait before we talk about it and see what the doctors [say] and everything looks like," said Frost, the former national champion Nebraska QB who returned to his home state amid much celebration after leading UCF...


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