Nebraska Football fans who thought they were done dealing with Scott Frost might be sorely mistaken as he could be a thorn in the Huskers’ side next season.
It shouldn’t be all that surprising that Nebraska Football fans haven’t seen the last of Scott Frost. He’s young when compared to his peers. Before his stint with the Huskers ended about as disastrously as possible he was well regarded.
He might not be able to get a head coaching gig right away. However, it’s clear that some school will come calling. One analyst believes that the former Nebraska Football head man might be getting an offensive coordinator job sooner than expected.
In fact, that analyst, CFB Home on Twitter has heard some rumblings about four places where Frost could end up. One spot stands out among the rest as it would mean that Frost and his new team would be going up against Nebraska Football every year.
There is at least some chance, according to the analyst that the Iowa Hawkeyes could be eying Frost. Following the firing of Brian Ferentz, the Nebraska Football rival has an opening. And it certainly seems as though Frost might love to have the chance to stick it to his old school.
Nebraska Football fighting Frost?
There is of course, an argument that Iowa is simply not a fit for Scott Frost. The kind of up tempo attack he likes to run is simply not a match for what head coach Kirk Ferentz wants to run. He likes a more traditional offense that does just enough scoring without putting his defense at risk.
On the other hand, now that Brian Ferentz is gone, might Kirk decide its time to move on as well?
It’s clear that Frost has some interest in getting back into coaching. That was hinted at when he showed up again in Oregon.
If he did go to Iowa City, it would certainly make that rivalry with Nebraska Football level up.
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