LINCOLN, Neb - After Nebraska fell to Maryland 13-10 on Saturday, there's been much discussion, and even some finger pointing, amongst Husker nation as to what led to the loss and who’s to blame.

If you ask Matt Rhule, he’d likely point the finger at himself. Just days after the Huskers dropped their second game in a row, Rhule was adamant about the game result falling on him - including the Chubba Purdy interception near the goal line that led to Maryland driving down the field to win the game.

“Everything falls on me,” Rhule said. “To be on a headset, balls on the five yard line, rotating guys in. You’ve got a new quarterback in the huddle, you’ve gotta get in, get out… If it’s wrong it falls on me. Let’s just leave it at that.”

No matter who the blame may fall on, Matt Rhule also addressed the criticism of members of the coaching staff. While Rhule welcomes the criticism fans may make on social media, it won’t impact his backing of his staff.

“Everybody wants their head coach to fire everybody, but has that worked out here? Where has that ever worked out?” Rhule said. “We want the whole offense to start over with a whole new language again? I’m not doing that, that’s ridiculous. We’re going to continue to be a day to day organization that just gets better and better and better.”

Nebraska used three different quarterbacks on Saturday and they all turned the ball over at least once. Now, the Huskers are dealing with banged up QB’s as Heinrich Haarberg is questionable with an ankle sprain, Rhule noted Purdy is banged up after his first game of the season, while Jeff Sims remains healthy.

No matter who gets the start on Saturday, Rhule says the staff will work on better decision making with the entire quarterback room.

“I’d love to see our quarterbacks be a bit more intentional with their throws,” Rhule said. “We can’t keep throwing balls up to a spot thinking the guys to be there. You  have to be intentional at quarterback. Every ball you throw is a ball you want to throw… That’s not who we are and that’s not who we should be.”

The Huskers now lead all FBS programs with 22 turnovers in 10 games. Of those 22, 14 have been interceptions. As Nebraska faces a Wisconsin defense averaging an interception per game, Rhule discussed how he works with the team to limit turnovers.

“I don’t go in and say ‘guys we have 22 turnovers we have to fix it!’, they know that,” Rhule said. “All I say is ‘are we trusting our training,’ ‘was that throw intentional’… And if it is, we keep giving them those reps and those opportunities and continue to work.”

Nebraska will take on Wisconsin in a primetime Saturday night game, having not beaten Wisconsin since 2012.

The Huskers and Badgers kick off at 6:30 central time, 5:30 mountain oN NBC