Nebraska: Scott Frost’s staff taking shape; first look at his Huskers’ deal
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Scott Frost unveils assistant coaches
New Nebraska coach Scott Frost’s staff is starting to take shape. He unveiled eight assistants on Monday, and we’ve tracked down a few other possible names that could be added later.
A first look at Scott Frost’s Nebraska deal
What does Frost’s contract look like? We got the details on Monday, including information on Nebraska paying his Central Florida buyout, performance incentives and salary information for assistants.
Impressive work on recruiting trail
Frost has also started the work to flip Nebraska native and Wisconsin commit Bryson Williams.
The difficult decision
Frost’s decision to leave UCF for Nebraska wasn’t an easy one. In fact, it was probably too close for comfort but it wasn’t one that Frost took lightly.
Peach Bowl publicity
Will the Peach Bowl be a big commercial for the Huskers? With Frost coaching the Knights in the game, Nebraska athletic director Bill Moos thinks so, and that is a great way to look at it considering Nebraska itself won’t be in a bowl game this season.
The cutting edge
How will Frost bring “cutting edge” back to Nebraska football? Land of 10’s Sean Keeler tackled that question and looked at the innovation Frost could bring to the Huskers.
The best offense?
Can Nebraska have the best offense in the country? That’s the plan, according to Frost.
Day 1, done
Talk about a whirlwind for Frost. His first day at Memorial Stadium was a busy one, but one filled with friends, family and plenty of smiles.
✅ Day 1
Look back at Coach Frost's first day back in Memorial Stadium.
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