Caleb Benenoch talked during Nebraska prep.
On getting over the USC loss:
When did we start practice for the bowl game? Saturday? Then Saturday. I don't think I've ever seen more USC gear since after that game. But we moved on now to Nebraska and are excited for the challenge.
On Nebraska's offense:
They're very talented. Their record doesn't show how good they are. They beat a good Michigan State team.
On if he put in for an NFL evaluation:
Yes I did. I'm not really thinking about it right now. I'm thinking about the Nebraska bowl game and we have to win that.
On moving between tackle and guard:
It gets frustrating at times but you have to do what's best for the team. I just want to help this team win. Whatever you want me to play, I'll play. It affects you because the Utah game, I switched three times and USC I switched twice. You do what you have to do.
On if there are benefits to flipping around:
There are definitely benefits to it. X did it his senior year. I'm happy they trust me enough to do it.
On what the biggest adjustment between the two positions is:
Technique. Guards you're playing in close quarters, tackle you're in space. You have to change your whole mindset and get on guys sooner. Its different because you have to change your mindset and mentality.
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