Quarterback Ryan Aplin
On Nebraska's pressure and
hits on the quarterback...
"That's how the game goes.
Sometimes either you set a wrong protection or their guys just play good
defense. There's a clock in your head as a quarterback. You have to know when
that clock is up that it's time to get rid of the ball. Sometimes I held it
longer than I should have."
On Nebraska's changes and
what they did well...
"They ran a lot of the stuff we
expected them to run. They are very physical and they run the ball really well.
We made plays in space but when it came down to it, we didn't put the points on
the board. The defense played outstanding, giving us the ball back and creating
turnovers. We have to jump on those opportunities when they give us the ball
Cornerback Chaz Scales
On Nebraska's wide
"(Kenny) Bell is a great
receiver. We kind of underestimated him, and I wish him the best of luck the
rest of the season."
On Nebraska forcing the
defensive backs into one-on-one coverage...
"That's one thing that they
took advantage of, putting us in one-on-one coverage with no help. That's
something we have to get better at. One-on-one coverage, as a cornerback,
that's your job."
On the challenges Taylor
Martinez poses as a dual threat quarterback...
"It's always difficult to defend a quarterback that can run
and pass, because he can expand the play and make you guard your receiver that
much longer. It's hard on the D-line and linebackers when he's scrambling
around and they have to chase him around all day. He did a great job at