UCF head coach Scott Frost was quick to deny a report that he and Nebraska were nearing a deal that would bring him back to Lincoln.

After Frost’s Knights dismantled Temple 45-19 to improve to 10-0 on Saturday, the head coach met with the media in his post-game press conference. When asked about a report that he was close to inking a deal with his alma mater, Frost shot down the rumor.

“That’s just totally false,” Frost said, according to ESPN. “I haven’t paid any attention to all of these whirlwind rumors and everything, and I’m not going to. I got an unbelievable team I’m coaching and I can promise you that no decision has been made”

On Friday, Bleacher Report reported that Frost and Nebraska were close to inking a seven-year, $35 million deal that would bring the UCF head coach to Lincoln.

UCF is one of four remaining undefeated teams in college football and Frost’s offense leads the nation in scoring. The Knights are also ranked No. 15 in the College Football Playoff poll.

Frost is expected to be one of the top candidates for several coaching vacancies this offseason, including Nebraska, Tennessee and Florida.