Matt Rhule took time to address his core values and initial start at Nebraska in a recent interview. He also fired off a shot at Deion Sanders and Coach Prime’s start to his tenure in Colorado.

During an appearance on Bussin’ With the Boys, Rhule discussed having his first team meeting with the Huskers. He also made it clear those types of things will be focused on the players without cameras involved.

“I had my first team meeting last night. I’m one of those guys, I don’t let cameras in, there won’t be a camera following me around,” said Rhule. “I want it to always be (about) the players.”

Rhule went on in that interview to tackle his core values for how he is building the program in Lincoln. Above all, Rhule wants his guys to attack all aspects of life every day and has three core values he wants to see out of his players and coaches.

“Be a lion every day, attack everything in your life. That’s really how I see it,” explained Rhule. “Our core values are we want to be tough, we want to be hard-working, and we want to be competitive.”

As for the apparent shot at Sanders and Colorado, the two coaches will face off in the 2023 season. That nonconference matchup is set for Sept. 9 in Boulder.