Joel Stave was quick to admit Saturday's loss to Iowa in the Big Ten season opener mainly rested on his shoulders. He committed a career-high four turnovers in the 10-6 loss at Camp Randall Stadium, and is looking for a bounce-back performance this coming week against Nebraska.
As difficult as it may be to watch the game film this week, Stave is looking at the value in studying it.
"I think it's important to review it, there's a lot you can learn from it, for every position, everyone that played in that game, there's a ton that you can learn from that," Stave said. "I think it is important to review it, but once you do, you kind of what to flush it from your mind and make sure it's not carrying over into this week."
First-year head coach Paul Chryst said everyone has to own up to their mistakes and the coaching staff has to do a better job of helping the players grow.
Neither the Badgers or Huskers are ranked heading into Saturday's game, the first time that's happened since the rankings system began. Kickoff is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. in Lincoln.