Nebraska football is now in its fourth year with Scott Frost as head coach.

The Cornhuskers are 3-7, and won’t be making a bowl game this season after the 26-17 loss to No. 5 Ohio State in Week 10.

Athletic director Trev Alberts made an announcement about the future of Nebraska football on Monday regarding the head coach. It looks like Scott Frost will be sticking around a little while longer. Nebraska football has decided to restructure Frost’s contract to keep him in Lincoln for the time being.

Here’s what Alberts had to say about the matter:

“In my four months at Nebraska, I have closely observed our football team, and had several productive discussions with coach Frost,” said Alberts. “Scott has laid out a clear plan and vision for the future of Nebraska Football and has agreed to a restructured contract. I am excited to continue to work together with Scott.”

The news was announced via Twitter Monday afternoon.

Head coach Scott Frost spoke about the new contract as well:

“I appreciate the confidence Trev Alberts has shown in me to continue to lead this program,” said Frost. “I love this state, this football program and am honored and humbled for the opportunity to serve as the head coach at my alma mater.”

Frost is still looking for his first bowl appearance as the head coach of Nebraska. He has a 15-27 record win/loss record at Nebraska through four years.

The Cornhuskers are still in a a bowl drought that dates back to 2016. They lost that game to Tennessee at the Music City Bowl in Nashville, Tennessee by a score of 38-24.

Is this the right move for Nebraska? It’ll be interesting to see how this plays out.