The University of Florida is expected to meet with UCF head coach Scott Frost sometime this weekend, according to a report from ESPN.

Frost, who has guided the Knights to a 10-o start heading into the final weekend of the season, has been one of the hottest commodities this season. He’s also anticipated to be the top candidate for the Nebraska job, should athletic director fire Mike Riley, as expected. Frost is a former Husker and was the quarterback on the 1997 national championship team.

Over the last few days, Florida’s name has been closely tied with former Oregon head coach Chip Kelly. However, reports are that the Gators are moving on from that particular candidate and are setting aim at Frost. Many believe the UCF head coach would be a tremendous fit in Gainesville, as his offensive prowess seems to fit the mentality of the program.

Florida is looking to find a replacement for Jim McElwain, who was fired midway through the season.

If the reports are true, Moos might want to get on the phone immediately and try to lure Frost back to Lincoln quickly. If the former Husker doesn’t return to Memorial Stadium, Moos will be under instant scrutiny.