News Tech: Nebraska announced on Sunday afternoon that it had fired head coach Scott Frost after losing 45-42 to Georgia Southern and the Cornhuskers went 2-1 this season.
“After a disappointing start to the season, we have decided that the best way to move the program forward is to change positions as head coach,” said Associate Head Coach Mickey Joseph. I will serve as interim head coach.”
“I met with Frost this morning to inform him of a change in football program leadership,” sports director Trev Alberts said in a statement. “Scott has put his heart and soul into Nebraska’s football program, both as quarterback and head coach, and I thank him for his work and dedication.
Frost, who cut Nebraska to his quarters in 1997 for a share of the U.S. Championship, came to his alma mater in 2018 after leading his UCF to an undefeated record the previous season. However, the honeymoon didn’t last long as the Cornhuskers finished their freshman season 4-8.
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