Scott Frost gripes about frequency of media timeouts after loss to Minnesota
Nebraska coach Scott Frost has another complaint.
Following the Huskers’ 24-17 loss to Minnesota on Saturday afternoon, Frost had something to say about the frequency of media timeouts.
“It seemed like we had a media timeout for every drive,” Frost told reporters.
Frost: "It seemed like we had a media timeout for every drive."
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Perhaps Frost felt like the interruptions were partially responsible for Nebraska’s abysmal 3.8 yards per pass attempt. Or, possibly, for the Huskers’ two turnovers.
In any case, Nebraska is now 2-5 on the season and has secured its fourth consecutive losing campaign, with three of them coming under coach Frost.
This is not the first time Frost has complained after a loss this season.
After the Iowa game, Frost accused the Hawkeye sideline of clapping at strategic times so as to mimic the QB’s call for the snap. Nebraska had multiple bad snaps in that game, including one that went several feet over the quarterback’s head.
Frost and the Huskers were also upset after their plans to schedule Tennessee Chattanooga early in the year were thwarted by the Big Ten. Nebraska was concerned that missing a game would hamper their College Football Playoff résumé.
Frost is now 11-20 as Nebraska’s head coach.
Nebraska will have a chance to win its third game of the season during Championship Weekend on Dec. 19 against a to-be-determined opponent.