Frost, staff still expected to coach Peach Bowl

Mae Love
December 7, 2017

On December 2, it was announced that Frost will take over the head coaching job at his alma mater, the University of Nebraska.

- University of Central Florida (UCF) football coach Scott Frost was honored as the 2017 Home Depot Coach of the Year in College Football after leading the UCF football team to a flawless 12-0 season and an American Athletic Conference Championship.

The No. 12 ranked Knights finished as the only undefeated team among Football Bowl Subdivision competition this season - besting previously undefeated records by Alabama, Wisconsin and Miami. Husker nation is hoping Frost brings the same magic back to a program that has lost its swagger.

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On Monday, ESPN's Mitch Sherman published an in-depth piece that explained how Nebraska landed Frost. At 42 years old, Frost is fourth-youngest coach to come away with this award honor.

"I could sense and knew through Matt (Davison)", Moos said, "that did not resonate with Scott".

Frost told the news conference it felt right to be back with the Huskers and that he looked forward to leading a new era of Nebraska football and channeling all the love, energy, and excitement of Husker fans into a positive direction.

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