LINCOLN–(KFOR Aug. 2)–On the eve of the start of fall practice, Nebraska football coach Scott Frost and some of players addressed the media on Thursday afternoon.

Frost touched on a variety of topics, including offseason training and his team developing a tough attitude.

Frost also said he is excited to see his incoming freshman in action, and that he is ready to see what his second team has to offer. “I like this team a lot better,” Frost said. “More of a winning feel and a feeling I am used to.”

A number of players also addressed the media, including Lamar Jackson, Ben Stille, and Jack Stoll.

Stoll, a tight end for the Huskers, was confident when asked about his expectations.

“I didn’t come here to go 4-8. I came here to put a ring on my finger,” he said.

The Huskers held their first workout Friday morning.  No media access was allowed.