Little by little, it seems more and more likely that Scott Frost will become the next head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Earlier this week, an Orlando sports columnist wrote that he was sold that Frost is heading to Nebraska due to some of the coach’s comments.
On Saturday, SI’s Bruce Feldman reported that Nebraska’s athletic department has been calling recruits and telling them that Frost has 90 percent of his “potential Nebraska” staff in place and that they won’t be disappointed.
SOURCE: #Nebraska AD calling recruits and telling them Scott Frost has 90% of his staff in place, and they will be pleased.
— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) December 2, 2017
When the tweet from Feldman was released, Frost is in the middle of coaching UCF in the AAC Championship Game.
Frost has been considered the leader in the clubhouse for the job. Even before Mike Riley was fired, there was speculation Frost was headed to his alma mater.
It sure sounds like an announcement will be coming out of Lincoln sometime soon.