This is certainly one way to look at Scott Frost’s slow start at Nebraska.
Fans of the Cornhuskers were certainly hoping for a better start to the year. Nebraska fell to 0-3 following a 56-10 loss to Michigan Saturday. The Huskers have also lost to Troy and Colorado in a bad season that continues to get worse.
Nebraska will take on Purdue Saturday still looking for its first win on the season. Though things seem to be at an all-time low, Fox Sports analyst Joel Klatt put an interesting spin on things Sunday.
When addressing Frost and Nebraska, Klatt admitted that the stock is definitely at a low point. However, Klatt pointed out that he would buy Frost and Nebraska stock right now, comparing it to the rise of Apple stock following 1985:
I feel like Nebraska/Scott Frost stock is at a low point right now…Im buying!!! Reminds me of buying Apple stock in 1985…Nothing but upside from here on out
1985 – equivalent of $.39/share (adjusted for Stock Splits)
Today – $217.66 (55,710% return)
— Joel Klatt (@joelklatt) September 22, 2018
Surely things have to get better for Frost and Nebraska sooner or later…right?