Very interesting article with quotes. Sounds like there are internal problems.
"Champions make good decisions in every single decision they have. Average people, average teams don't make those decisions. Little things lead to big things. We're going to get it right. I don't care how long it takes and what we have to do. We're going to make those little decisions matter because little decisions and little mistakes are what have cost us a couple games."
"You're always going to have some guys on the team that resist buying in," redshirt senior offensive lineman Tanner Farmer said.
"That can be the difference between winning and losing games ... You'd be surprised how big of a difference a few guys not buying can take on a team."
Farmer said the Cornhuskers understood Frost's message: "He's pretty much saying either buy in or move out for the guy who's going to buy in."
"This (Michigan) team is considerably better, in my opinion, than the two teams we just played and didn't beat," Frost said, referencing Colorado and Troy. "This is a huge task and we're going to have to play a perfect game and get a lot better in a week to come out on top in this one."