Scott Frost has earned another award for his undefeated season at UCF.

On Thursday, Frost was announced as the winner of the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year, voted on by the Football Writers Association of America (FWAA). Frost was also the Home Depot Coach of the Year and was the consensus AAC Coach of the Year.

UCF finished the season 12-0 and defeated Memphis 62-55 in the AAC Championship Game. He was officially introduced as the Huskers head coach the next day.

This past season, Frost coached the most prolific offense in college football as the Knights averaged 49.4 points and 540.4 yards per game this season. UCF earned a bid in a New Year’s Six bowl and will play No. 7 Auburn in the Peach Bowl.

He may need a bigger shelf in his Lincoln office to hold all the hardware.