Nebraska coach Scott Frost addressed the media Monday morning following Saturday's 56-10 loss to Michigan. He spoke about what's happened with Nebraska through the losses, what he expects from Purdue on Saturday and more.
One of the big things for Frost is the slow starts for Nebraska. He said those problems go back to preparation even in the summer, and said that has to be corrected.
"We're not a good enough teamto spot teams 14, 17 or 20 points in the first quarter," Frost said.
Frost also said he has a lot of respect for Purdue coach Jeff Brohm. However, he believes the two programs are not all that different coming into this matchup.
"Not much different than us, other than they’re coming off a win and we’re coming off getting our butts whipped," Frost said.
He also said it may be taking longer to get everything fixed, but knows it will happen.
"You can't look backward," Frost said. "You have to look forward."
And for anyone who may be curious, Frost also confirmed Adrian Martinez will start against Purdue.
Watch the full video of his question-and-answer session below.
More to come from Monday's press conference on Hail Varsity.