Scott Frost to leave UCF for Nebraska's head coaching job, ESPN reports

Scott Frost to leave UCF for Nebraska's head coaching job, ESPN reports

Scott Frost to leave UCF for Nebraska's head coaching job, ESPN reports

College football insider reports that UCF HC Scott Frost has agreed to a seven-year, $35 million contract to become Nebraska's next head coach.

The University fired former head coach Mike Riley on November 25 after three seasons. When he initially took over the Knights in the winter of 2015, they were coming off an 0-12 season.

Nevertheless, all of this was leaked while UCF is on the field competing in the AAC Championship Game, which it won 62-55 in dramatic fashion in double overtime against Memphis. Even before Nebraska fired coach Mike Riley, there was a near universal feeling that the program would pursue Frost, who led UCF to a 12-0 regular season.

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Frost played for Nebraska from 1995 to 1997 and served as a graduate assistant in Lincoln in 2002.

Previously, Frost was the offensive coordinator for the University of Oregon.

As for his playing career, Frost went 24-2 as a two-year starter for Nebraska at quarterback and joined the ranks of legendary Huskers when he guided NU to the 1997 national title.

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