"A lot of guys just lost the will to play as a family, honestly," he said of Michigan's November tumble. "That's one thing you can't do in football. In football, you've got to stick in there and stay together as a family. That's one thing we've got to work on in the offseason.
That first part is rather sad to hear and hopefully it is something they work to improve in the offseason, if this is indeed a common sentiment. I think the staff here is overall building the culture that answers this need. There are probably quite a few things that we saw that could be at least mitigated by dealing with just this issue - the rest will be easier to deal with if this is addressed.
EDIT: Given the context provided below, I had thought that's where Clark was headed with this, that he was putting it with the players and not the coaches.