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

He then took Central Florida to a different level this season, rolling to a ideal 12-0 record and then winning the American Athletic Conference Championship on Saturday afternoon with a 62-55 double-overtime victory over Memphis.

Riley went 4-8 this season in his third as the Cornhuskers' head coach. At UCF, Frost amassed a record of 18-7, including an undefeated regular season. "I hope I'm wrong, but there's little question in my mind now that Frost will be the next head coach of 'Huskers".

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A University of Nebraska spokesperson has announced Scott Frost will take over head coaching duties for the Cornhusker football team. It's unclear if Frost will remain with the Knights for their bowl game. Nebraska has plenty of work to do as an offensive outfit, but Frost has already proven capable of turning a program around and the overwhelming optimism regarding his hire in Lincoln is completely justified.

2 for the American Athletic Conference Championship Game Saturday. He's also a Nebraska native, from Wood River.

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In college, Frost played quarterback at Stanford from 1993-94 and Nebraska from 1995-97.

The New York Jets drafted Frost in the third round in 1998, and he spent six seasons as a safety with four National Football League teams.

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"I am appreciative of the confidence (athletic director) Bill Moos and our University leadership have in me to lead this program". The Huskers won five national titles between 1970 and '97 and rank fifth all-time with 893 victories. "I would not have the opportunity to be in this position without a lot of great people who have helped me throughout my career".

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