It has been an off-season of change down in Lincoln, Nebraska, after coming off one of Nebraska’s worst seasons in recent memory. Nebraska finished the season 3-9 and 1-8 in B1G play with some results due to dismal special teams’ play.

The Huskers on Monday morning have announced the hiring of Bill Busch as the special teams coordinator. Busch last season was a defensive analyst for the Huskers. Busch is in his 3rd stint with the Huskers. You can read more about that here.

That is now the 4th coach that the Huskers have hired this off-season. Back in November head coach Scott Frost received a restructured contract and that same day let go of 4 offensive coaches, 3 of which have been replaced this off-season.

Nebraska has seemed to make the moves that many thought would be needed for 2022. Frost has to turn the program around, but he is running out of time with a record of 15-29. He also has a record of 10-25 in B1G play.

The prodigal son returning home may end if Frost does not translate some of these close losses into wins next season.