Let's first give credit where credit is due. UCLA's offense has been impressive. Putting up 653 yards of total offense on any FBS school shows you have some talent. That being said, Nebraska's defense was awful. Bottom line is the Cornhuskers made the Bruins look like the Ducks. And it looks as if the main culprit was a
. Starting defensive tackle Chase Rome left the team following the loss and defensive coordinator John Papuchis hinted there may be some lineup changes for Saturday's game against Arkansas State.
"Team speed has been a little bit lacking over the first couple games, so we're going to try to get some of our faster guys on the field and see how that works this week," Papuchis said. "Everybody is in the equation. If we have to work 24 hours a day for the next seven days or, really, for the next three months to figure it out, we're going to figure it out."
"The train is moving, and we've got to get on," Kaczenski said. "It's not slowing down for us. There are no excuses. There are no gray areas. Either you get it done or you don't. We really haven't gotten it done in either game up front."