Nebraska coach Scott Frost addressed the media one last time before Saturday's season opener against Akron.
Frost addressed a number of topics, including what he expects from his team against Akron, Andrew Bunch stepping up in the backup quarterback role and placing the area code on the front of the players' helmets. Frost also addressed the number of young players that will play on Saturday, saying it'll be a balance between having fun and locking in when they need to be serious.
With that said, Frost expects his team to take it all in on Saturday and hopes they get excited by their first Tunnel Walk.
"If HuskerVision is doing their job, I'm going to be jacked up so I don't know how you can tell a guy running out there for the first time not to be," Frost said.
Watch the full video of his question-and-answer session below.
- 0:10: On the final week of practice before the first game: "It's never going to be as clean as it will be down the road, but probably the best first week I've seen with a new team."
- 0:43: On what he expects from his team over the next 48 hours
- 1:26: On captains, which Frost expects to be decided on a game-by-game basis
- 1:44: On Aaron Williams
- 2:20: On what Frost would like to see his do against Akron: "I'd like to see them execute, that's first and foremost."
- 2:55: On whether or not he'll adjust his play calls due to depth at quarterback
- 3:20: On what he's seen from Akron
- 3:50: On the number of young quarterbacks starting around the country
- 5:05: On how Andrew Bunch has responded to moving into the backup quarterback role
- 5:30: On young players in important roles and keeping them focused
- 6:20: On putting the area codes on the front of players' helmets
- 6:51: On what he's seen from Adrian Martinez and his confidence