Nebraska and Scott Frost have inked a deal that will bring the UCF head coach to Lincoln, according to Lars Anderson of Bleacher Report.

Shortly after the Huskers suffered a 56-14 loss to Iowa on Friday night, Anderson tweeted out that he confirmed with a trusted source that Frost to Nebraska was a “done deal.”

Frost’s UCF team was also on the field Friday night, completing a perfect 11-0 regular season after downing USF 49-42. The Knights are currently ranked No. 15 in the College Football Playoff rankings.

Thanks to his success in Orlando, Frost has been one of the hottest names in coaching this season and has been courted by several programs. Recently, another report stated that the University of Florida was scheduled to meet with Frost this weekend.

Following Nebraska’s embarrassing loss to the Hawkeyes, current head coach Mike Riley met with the media in the post-game press conference, but said he had not been informed about his future with the program.

Riley is 19-19 after three seasons with the Huskers.

If the report is true, athletic director would be hitting a grand slam in his first official move with the program. Frost has turned an 0-12 UCF program into a college football darling in just two short seasons. He would be welcomed with open arms in Lincoln, where he was the Huskers’ starting quarterback during the team’s 1997 national championship run.

The next few days on the college football coaching carousel should be really interesting.