Nebraska head coach Scott Frost spoke Monday morning at his weekly press conference to wrap up the Huskers' heart-breaking loss to Northwestern and preview the upcoming matchup with Minnesota.
Frost said that Monday was the best practice he's seen all season long.
"I was so impressed with how they came back today," Frost said. "I've been saying it about three or four weeks in a row, but it was not only I'd say our best Monday so far, but our best practice of the year. I told the guys after practice that it says a lot about who they are to respond that way."
Frost said that he was worried about the mental aspect of his team starting out 0-6 on Sunday and before he got to practice Monday morning, but was shocked at the response.
"Sometimes I wish people could see inside the walls and see how good the culture is right now and how much it's turned, and how much better it is," Frost said. "The one concern I have today is I don't want the guys to get used to losing and be ok with it."
Frost touched on quarterback Noah Vedral, who was granted immediate eligibility by the NCAA early Saturday. He said the Huskers have no plan to burn his red shirt this year, considering he can play in four of the last six games and still retain the year of eligibility.
Up next, the Huskers have a home matchup with Minnesota Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
Hear more of what head coach Scott Frost had to say at his media availability in the video above.