There’s still not much clarity regarding the recent comments from Indiana athletic director Fred Glass, accusing members of Nebraska’s staff of “saying some things” that disrespected the Hoosier football program.

On Monday, the question was asked when Indiana players and coaches met with the media during the weekly press conferences, but there was no clear answer. The question was also posed to Scott Frost during his weekly presser, but he didn’t have an answer, either.

“We’ve been scratching our heads wondering what that’s about,” Frost told the media on Monday. He also said he “couldn’t have been nicer” and more complimentary of their program when talking with Indiana head coach Tom Allen before and after the game.

Following Indiana’s 38-31 win over Nebraska on Saturday, Glass made the following comment to Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star:

“I’m very, very happy for our kids and very, very happy for our fans, because like Tom said tonight, we’re sick of talking about how close we’ve been, one to a signature win and two to qualify for a bowl,” Glass said, speaking shortly before flying back to Bloomington with IU’s traveling party. “To hit both of those things today at Nebraska was particularly gratifying, particularly knowing Nebraska’s staff had no respect for our program.”

Glass declined to elaborate on the implicated lack of respect, beyond saying, “They know, and I know, and our team knew, and I’ll just leave it at that.”

Whatever was said seemed to be enough motivation for the Hoosiers to leave Lincoln with a victory. But we may not learn what was said from either side anytime soon.