Scott Frost spoke to the media Monday at his weekly press conference as he wrapped up the loss to Wisconsin and previewed the upcoming matchup with Northwestern.
Frost said he thought the effort was much better this past Saturday against the Badgers than it had been in previous weeks.
"There's no question we got better this week," Frost said. "I think the attitude got better, the practice got better, the performance was better. I was thrilled that we didn't have any of those dumb things, dumb penalties, selfish plays that contributed to it."
Frost was also impressed with the performance of his young freshman quarterback Adrian Martinez against the Badgers Saturday.
"He gets better every week," Frost said. "His pocket presence got better. I think he's started to create. Both second halves the last two weeks, he came out and ran and the other team had trouble tackling him."
Frost also touched on the improvement of JD Spielman since the coaching staff arrived on campus until now.
"About two weeks before the first game I think it clicked for him with our offense and he just completely changed and started being dominant on the practice field," Frost said. "Boy he's been a play maker for us."
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