Nobody expected Scott Frost to manage the type of turnaround he was able to pull off with the UCF Knights last year, taking the program to the heights of the best Group of Five program in the nation and going undefeated. Orlando, FL, got to witness something special last year, and that gave way to Frost getting a big-time job with his alma mater with the Nebraska Cornhuskers.
This should be considered one of the home run hires of the 2018 off-season, outside of Chip Kelly going to the UCLA Bruins. Frost should be able to take Nebraska to the point of one of the better programs in the Big Ten West, especially since most of the better teams lie in the East division.
With less than 100 days until kick off of the 2018 campaign, Nebraska is looking to have an elevated record this fall and most of the focus is falling on how Frost is handling the program so far. However, there’s not a whole lot of returning pieces he has to work with especially on the offensive side of the ball.
We’ll just have to wait and see how he’s able to fare in his first season with a blue blood program in the Huskers. However, we have sure seen some fireworks coming from him so far between the comments from him and Nick Saban about the whole claimed National Title situation with UCF.