Scott Frost was dismissed by Nebraska in the most insulting manner imaginable.

After dominating at UCF and guiding the Knights to a 13-0 season in 2017, Frost had a catastrophic 16-31 record as the head coach of his alma mater's football team. 

The quarterback during the Tom Osborne era in Lincoln never managed to win more than five games in a calendar year. 

In the Big Ten, he had a 10-26 record, never made it to a bowl game, and never managed to win more than five games in a season.

As fate would have it, Mickey Joseph, the current head of the programme, will be replacing Frost in the interim with another former Cornhuskers quarterback.

 Although Nebraska has a strong football history and passionate supporters, it is unclear what kind of head coach they will appoint to take Frost's position for the upcoming season.

Mark Stoops, the head coach of Kentucky, Matt Campbell, Hugh Freeze, Deion Sanders, the head coach of Jackson State, and former head coach Urban Meyer are among the candidates for the position.


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