Nebraska coach Scott Frost addressed the media Monday afternoon following Saturday's 34-31 overtime loss to Northwestern. Frost addressed the team's Monday practice, not getting used to losing, the matchup with Minnesota and plenty more. He also spoke about Nebraska fans, and the great turnout in Evanston, Illinois, to support the team.
The Huskers had their best practice of the year on Monday, according to Frost. He said his one concern is not letting the team get comfortable with losing, but that's not the mentality Nebraska brought to the practice field on Monday.
"I was so impressed with how [the team] came back today," Frost said.
As preparation begins for Minnesota, Frost said the Gophers are similar in many ways to Northwestern and other Big Ten programs. While Frost also initially said his team wasn't tired against the Wildcats, he did suggest on Monday that it may appear that way due to lack of depth.
While there might be a feeling of negative comments around the program to some, Frost said he hasn't seen them. He noted the fans that made the trip to Northwestern, saying they were great and continue to be some of the best around.
"That's what Nebraska fans are all about," Frost said.
Watch the full video of his question-and-answer session below.