Scott Frost returning to Nebraska after leading UCF revival

Scott Frost returning to Nebraska after leading UCF revival

Frost returns to Nebraska after serving as head coach at the University of Central Florida for two years. The former OR offensive coordinator initially signed on with UCF in the winter of 2015.

After inheriting a program that finished 0-12 the previous year in 2015, Frost guided the Knights to a 6-7 mark a trip to the Cure Bowl in 2016 in his first season as a head coach. In his inaugural season with the team a year ago, his squad went 6-6 in the regular season before falling to Arkansas State in the Cure Bowl.

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Frost replaces former head coach Mike Riley. Frost was then drafted by the Jets and played five seasons in the National Football League with New York, Cleveland and Tampa Bay. At 10-1, Memphis could have been in position to sneak into the College Football Playoff if not for a loss to the Knights earlier in the season. His coaching career began taking off at OR, where he was Chip Kelly's receivers coach from 2009-12 and Mark Helfrich's offensive coordinator from 2013-15. Nebraska finished 4-8 this season, the team's worst record in nearly 60 years. The 42-year-old Frost has led a remarkable turnaround at Central Florida;.

"I am appreciative of the confidence Bill Moos and our university leadership have in me to lead this program", Frost said. "That's what we've done", Frost said. I am truly humbled to be here. He started all four of his seasons at Wood River, was the state high school player of the year as a senior in 1992 and one of the nation's most highly recruited quarterbacks. The Huskers won five national titles between 1970 and '97 and rank fifth all-time with 893 victories. "When you win a lot, people are interested in you".

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