Michigan State basketball won again Wednesday night, knocking off Nebraska 79-67 in East Lansing. The Spartans are now riding an 8-game winning streak since losing to Baylor and are 4-0 to start B1G play.

Though the final buzzer came with the score well in hand, how Michigan State got there was not particularly impressive. At least, not to Tom Izzo. Despite the win, the Spartans committed 19 turnovers in the win, a problem that has consistently plagued Michigan State early in the season.

After the win, turnovers were a common theme in Izzo’s assessment of the victory. According to Chris Solari with the Detroit Free Press, Izzo asked which media members would like to start for MSU’s next game, provided they do not commit any turnovers.

Izzo also said he was “frustrated” with turnovers, said those miscues kept the Huskers in the game early on, and claimed the eye test of the win “wasn’t very good” for the Spartans. He also admitted a lot of the miscues were true head-scratchers.

Izzo also pointed out the praise players receive on social media has a negative impact on the team’s mindset. He went on to say he’ll wait until March to praise his team, but he will spread it around when the time comes: