Nebraska coach Scott Frost makes the ESPN rounds; JD Spielman honored
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Making the rounds
Nebraska coach Scott Frost was all over ESPN on Monday ahead of the national championship game. He talked about playoff expansion, returning to Nebraska, and plenty more. His full interview from College GameDay can be found here.
FROST WENT IN pic.twitter.com/Ia2XMBbUts
— DieHards (@DieHards) January 9, 2018
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College Football Hall of Fame
Aaron Taylor, the only Nebraska player to earn All-America status at two positions, was one of 10 players selected for the College Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018 on Monday. He played for Nebraska from 1994-97.
The recruiting dead period ends Thursday night, and the Nebraska staff is doing all it can to get ahead now. That means plenty of offers have recently gone out from the Huskers.
Frost has been clear he wants to build the bond back up on the Nebraska football team. With a fresh start ahead, strengthening that bond could be exactly what the Huskers need.
A nod for JD Spielman
Nebraska wide receiver JD Spielman was one of six Big Ten selections on the Freshman All-America team released by the Football Writers Association of America on Monday. Spielman became the first Nebraska wide receiver to be named to the team.
✊️ @jdspielman10 making history.
— ❄️ Nebraska Football ❄️ (@HuskerFBNation) January 8, 2018
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