Nebraska coach Scott Frost addressed the media Monday morning following Saturday's 45-9 win over Bethune-Cookman.
Frost opened his time at the podium by offering his condolences to Tyler Butterfield, a UNL band member, and Jack Osborne, brother of Tom Osborne. Both died in separate car accidents over the weekend.
As for Nebraska's next opponent, Frost said he expects Nebraska to see a "really talented team" when they travel to face Ohio State this weekend. The Buckeyes are coming off a bye week and a loss to Purdue the weekend before.
"I have no question we're going to get their best shot," Frost said.
Frost has also seen better discipline from the team over the last couple of weeks. That has helped with how Nebraska performs in the games.
"News flash, when guys are doing things the right way, we win more games," Frost said.
When it comes to Nebraska's running back position, Frost said he's OK with how it worked out in that room. He doesn't think either senior Devine Ozigbo nor freshman Maurice Washington would have developed as well as they have if the room was more crowded.
"They're a nice one-two punch right now," Frost said.
Watch the full video of his question-and-answer session below.