Nebraska Head Coach Scott Frost and several players met with reporters on Monday for their weekly press conference inside Memorial Stadium, winning the win over South Alabama again and previewing the road game this week in Colo.
Here are 10 of the most interesting things we learned from the day …
1. The attack is not concerned about a shaky start, but there is an urgency.
Saturday's season opener was a game to forget about Nebraska's offense, as he only managed 1
Frost opened his press conference by saying that the fault had started with him and his coaching staff for not putting the breach in better positions to be successful. He said the coaches may have gotten a little too "scheme-y" trying to throw in too many new wrinkles.
Frost also noted that the show did not come as a total surprise, given the unconventional practices that the crime had during the week. He said Monday was a much better session than a week ago, and as long as this continues, the Huskies should be on their way to a waiver game in Colorado.
"Above all else, we have to train well," Frost said. "I know it sounds like a broken record in this. You can say last week on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday that I was pleased with our defense. Our offense was not close to our standard. You play how you train. Not all of us will suddenly show up. and we will play well on Saturday if you have not done things on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
"The good thing is that I think we have our ear for it and today we looked really good for the first day of a new game plan. I have a ton of confidence in our coaching staff. These guys did an amazing job for many years, putting many points and yards. They will find a way, but we have to practice better and this week we started well. "
2. The team still has full faith in Martinez
A player who was considered one of the best quarterbacks in college football this season, Adrian Martinez may have had his worst game as Husker on Saturday.
The sophomore finished just 13 of 22 passes for 178 yards, no touchdowns and interceptions while rushing for only six yards on 13 carries. Martinez was far from the only Husker to fight for the win, but he said the only way his department would get better was to step up their game.
"I think the responsibility falls on me," Martinez said. "We didn't have the best workout week, and it showed on the field on Saturday."
The cold and a handful of other huskers who spoke on Monday had no qualms about Martinez returning to his normal self this week. said Martinez was locked in training Monday and looks determined to get the ship right.
"He'll ride with Adrian anytime," Frost said. "My opinion on him has not changed. My opinion on how great a football player is has not changed. We just have to make sure that we are prepared and take the opportunity, performing fast and consistently. I don't think the whole crime committed him on Saturday, including him.
3. Frost thinks nerves have more to do with center issues than ability
Nebraska's central position remained at the top of the team list after the season opener, as Cameron Jurgens struggles heavily in debut and then Will Farnio did not fare much better after taking over in the second half.
Jurgens' biggest problem came with his numerous high strokes, which Frost said after the game probably threw Martinez and the rest of the offenses out of rhythm every time.
However, as in other areas, Frost was not too concerned about improving play in the center, saying that it was mostly about making Jurgens more comfortable in his new role.
"We have to deal with the problem fixed," Frost said. "It costs us a lot of the game … With Cam it's a matter of not getting reps. He missed a lot of training camp. I guess it's like shooting free throws or any other athletic movement: If you've done it a million times, it's second nature.
"We will certainly look at it and work on it. I've never been a center. This is one area of football that I don't know much about.
4. Williams' condition remains unknown, Lee will be ready
The only noticeable injury that occurred against South Alabama was safety Deonthe Williams who left the game in the first half with an obvious shoulder problem.  Frost stated that there were still no updates on Williams' status for this week's game in Colorado, but the good news was that NU proved that it had sufficient capacity to deepen and fill the void if Williams would have missed more time.  "Deontheus' status is unknown at this time," Frost said. – It's nice that we had some guys come in and play well in that position. Cam Taylor plays well and is able to play in this position. We'll have to wait and see in Deontai. I think our better depth this year than last year will help us to make something similar happen. ”
Eric Lee, Jr. 's play certainly helps alleviate concerns about Williams' potential absence, as the fifth senior had his best game as a two-hitter and pick-six.
"We would definitely like Deonthey to come back as soon as he can, when he's ready," Lee said. I also think that this can confirm how versatile our secondary members are.
5. As Picking is still in question, Jørgensen could get another start
Nebraska will also have another big question to answer this week's kicker as starter Barrett Picking remains controversial while dealing with an unspecified injury. Pickering was a late draw on Saturday and freshman Dylan Jørgensen was called upon to take over leader No. 1 against South Alabama.
Jorgensen's lone 31-yard field goal attempt at the end of the first half was blocked, but he made all five of his extra points and did solid kick work.
Frost said he would continue to monitor Picking during the week, but he believes in Jørgensen
"Dylan did a good job for most of Saturday," Frost said. "I thought his kicks were good, they converted all the PATs. Obviously I'd like to see the goal of the pitch made halfway through. If he's the man on Saturday, then we have a lot of faith in him."  6. Cheno will be Nebraska's No. 1 defense priority
Nebraska's defense remembers the Colorado receiver Lavisko Cheno too well as he fires the black shirts for 10 catches, 177 yards and two total touchdowns in last year's meeting.
Even with a different offensive scheme under a new coaching staff at Boulder, Haskers said they needed to know where number 2 was at all times on Saturday.
"It's all about him," senior backbreaker Mohammed Barry said. "They've used him in different ways, like last year. Whether he's a tight end, running back or receiver, he will be everywhere, and they will present him and give him the ball any way he can. "
The 6-foot-2, 220-pound junior caught 86 passes for 1011 yards and six touchdowns, along with five quick results last season. He is now considered one of the greatest receiver prospects for the NFL draft by 2020.
"He is one of the best receivers to date I'm a coach, "Frost said." We have our hands full. "
7. Altitude should not be a factor
Every time Nebraska goes on its way to a place well above sea level, the subject of Altitude always comes up.
While there are elements involved in playing at higher altitude, Frost said he probably won't even handle his team as NU prepares to head to Boulder, which is 5,328. feet.
Frost played at Folsom Field as a Husker and then practiced there several times during his coaching stints in Kansas State and Oregon. In all his experiences there, he never once remembered that altitude was a very important factor.
"I don't remember him at all. when I was playing and I don't remember any of our kids talking about it when they played, "Frost said. "I think listening to our guys talk, it has a bigger effect on you on the second or third day when you're in our place. Our kids are in good shape. We won't even really handle it. We'll go to go out and play. "
8. There are no black shirts yet for Doman
External links coach (19459004) Jovan Dewitt said last week that Joe Doman was one of the players who was right
Doman was definitely impressive against South Alabama, finishing with four rounds, 1.5 tackles and a pass breakup as a reserve. He gave an instant spark for defending OU, but was it good enough to win the black shirt on Monday?
Apparently not yet, as Doman said he had not received any of his coveted T-shirts prior to training on Monday morning. The junior wasn't too upset about it, though, as he knows
"I felt fine there," Doman said. "I just played football again, which is your No. 1 priority when you are out on this field. I feel good. I look forward to this week. "
9. Defense is still striving for improvement after an impressive opening.
The Nebraska offense was heavily criticized after the game in South Alabama, but after watching the movie, the defense saw that it was far from perfect too.  While the Black Shirts made a few game-changing plays and scored two touchdowns in turnover, players said there were just as many mistakes that cost them in some big plays.
With the much more dynamic Colorado Forward, OU's defense focuses much more on repairing the bad than
"We felt we could have done a lot better," Barry said. "Communication was one of them. The first game was communicating to people with ear training as well as people who they understand that they have to be demonstrative when they give out their calls and things like that.
"And then only the first handling of the game. You don't actually live much, so in my opinion it's just the first to deal with the game, and in my opinion it really is. "
10. Nebraska has embraced rivalry in Colorado
It's been eight years since Nebraska and Colorado left the Big 12 Conference. but there is something about the two programs that keeps the rivalry alive and well.
Watching buffaloes come to Lincoln and pass Frost to a loss in their first official NU game was a big boost. Then the movie of the player appeared from Colorado, twisting Martinez's ankle, which may have cost the Huskers not one but two wins.
"I love Adrian. This is my apostate, "Barry said." In fact, I'm not going to comment on that because, honestly, it doesn't matter this year. With that being said, we're ready for them. "
While the series lost some juice as the two teams went to different conferences, it didn't take long for Colorado-Nebraska to bring back their fire.
" I know that there were a lot of really tough games and heated rivalries between Nebraska and Colorado, "Frost said." What happened last year was a different coaching staff, a different team. It has nothing to do with this …
"This year is different, this team is different, their coaching staff is different, their team is different. anytime Nebraska plays Colorado has a little extra juice on both sides. "