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Would you be happy about a Scott Frost hiring?
Husker Max Asked by Husker Max
12/21/2017

Would you be happy about a Scott Frost hiring?

95%
Absolutely WINNER

43

5%
Not really

1

95%
Absolutely

43 Comments
Andy Redick
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Andy Redick

Scott understand the Nebraska way! With his O and a stout Blackshirt D, NU will be competing for B1G West and Conference Championships every year! Bring Scott home!!! GBR!!!

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Roger Nicolaus
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Roger Nicolaus

Yes if he can find the right mix of assistant coaches

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Patrick Nelson
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Patrick Nelson

we need Husker blood that understands players and the expectation of the fans

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Matt Beha
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Matt Beha

Continuing the heritage is important. Frank Solich should never have been fired after a 9-2 season.

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Visitor
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Visitor

He has all the talents a successful college football coach should have.

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Phil Wojtalewicz
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Phil Wojtalewicz

Ask him his price....then put another $500G on top of that! He should have been the hire 3 years ago.

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Johnny Joyce
0
Johnny Joyce

A proven winner who learned from the who's who of coaches as well as playing on both sides of the ball.

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Visitor
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Visitor

Coach Frost is the only choice for the next head coach for the Big Red. Give him the time he needs and the support from the fans that he truly deserves. Live in Tennessee - LOVE NEBRASKA

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Daniel S Oates
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Daniel S Oates

I think hes a Great Coach

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Terry L. Feeney
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Terry L. Feeney

Frost is a native, understands the culture, realizes if you can't run, you can't win. A good run offense is a GREAT defense.

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Wade Williams
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Wade Williams

I think not only would he hit it out of the park from a results stand point, he is only 42 and the only candidate that would probably make NU his last HC job. I would definitely take 25 + yrs of SF!! GBR!!

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Chad Carolyn Lueders
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Chad Carolyn Lueders

The decision to hire Frost should come from the power of Big Red fans. If Scott is willing to come home... it is the A.D.'s job to not mess this up. Firing Riley was an easy decision. Hiring Frost is a No-Brainer!!

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crimprof
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crimprof

Home grown. Known quantity and quality. Key mentee of Tom Osborne and would be wise to seek advise. Fully aware of the game. Still has a lot of energy. He will bring NU back to the national forefront and make the climb fun.

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Matt Maxwell
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Matt Maxwell

His entire life has been influenced by really good coaching and work ethic. He also has the insider view of what it is like to play for the Huskers. The fans will give him the time to excel. He is also a great guy from all accounts. GBR

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Greg Moore
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Greg Moore

Come on....he is Nebraska Football...he knows what it takes to get the job done here. Nuff said GBR!

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Arlie Rauch
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Arlie Rauch

No candidate has more to offer than he does. If he can't do well here, no one can. Let's give him the time he needs, if indeed he comes.

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Bob Gerten
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Bob Gerten

Scott has a lot of similar characteristics as the most successful Husker coach, Tom O. All we need to do as fans is exercise some patience. NU will rise again.

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Dan Tweedy
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Dan Tweedy

As Nebraska fans, we need to back off this topic until Saturday night. UCF has done something special this season and those kids need not be distracted in what will be the most important game in nearly all of their careers. They and Coach Frost deserve that we all chill for a few more days.

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Bud Johnson
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Bud Johnson

It is logical that Scott Frost and Nebraska complete the circle.

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Roger Moellendorf
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Roger Moellendorf

We should have offered him the job three years ago!

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Bob Crockford
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Bob Crockford

We need someone with direct ties to UNL, period! We need someone who knows what this institution, and football is all about!! GBR!!!

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Nick Thomas
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Nick Thomas

We need someone that understands our culture as Nebraskans. Someone that understands the Geography and someone that cares much deeper than the millions all of these HCs earn these days.

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Matt Unruh
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Matt Unruh

It seems like a no-brainer for NU to want him. He is young and could coach here for 20+ years easy. And he loves this place. It made him who he is today.

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Jenifer Trumler
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Jenifer Trumler

He is a proven winner and knows the nebraska ways. In Scotty we trust!

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Kurtis Ramsey
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Kurtis Ramsey

Hopefully the fans give him time to turn it around and don't freak out when we aren't undefeated in year 2.

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Charley Olson
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Charley Olson

He is the right guy at the right time with the right qualifications which is extremely rare for a Nebraska hero to be in this situation. It is truly amazing how successful Scott has become and it is just awesome!

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D Daniel Dillon
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D Daniel Dillon

Because we need a winner and preferably with Husker roots.

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Kris Stoa
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Kris Stoa

I'd like a coach that can inspire, teach and motivate. The Husker teams of the last 10 years or so seem to lack any enthusiasm or will to win. Pelini was an embarrassing maniac on the sideline and Riley had zero emotion or fire. Something in the middle would be nice.

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Bob Phillips
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Bob Phillips

We need somone to help get us back to our roots, one who has an upward trajectory in coaching and winning. Who fits that better than Scott Frost?

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Rich Leffler
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Rich Leffler

Scott Frost is the coach Nebraska needs to get the football program back on its feet again. They need to give him time to implement his style of offense and to get the defense back to being blackshirts.

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Livio S Nespoli
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Livio S Nespoli

He is a hometown coach who remembers and lives the actions of a prior legendary husker football coach. Coach Frost will be given as much time as he needs to fill his roster and bring back the tradition on both sides of the ball.

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David Weaver
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David Weaver

I think over time it's proven that this position needs to have a leader that understands work ethic and our history - no better way to get that done than with not only a previously player but one from a team that brought us our last national championship and the commitment it takes to get there.

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Josh Holl
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Josh Holl

This is the best coaching fit in the last 20 years. We can't afford another 20 years of the coaching carousel and failed coaching and offensive scheme experiments. Bring Frost back, resurrect a true bone-crushing Black-Shirt defense and smash-mouth run-pass-option offense like the old days. GBR!

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Arney Smits
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Arney Smits

Scott Frost is a winner and understands exactly what it takes to get Nebraska back to playing physical Nebraska football. His record speaks for itself: at Nebraska, the NFL, at Northern Iowa, Oregon and at UCF. Tired of clueless Athletic Directors picking coaches who field finesse teams.

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Robert Lloyd
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Robert Lloyd

We need to get back to being the Cornhuskers again. Frost knows Nebraska and what he will be expected to do. No surprises. Win Win situation.

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Dennis M. Greene
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Dennis M. Greene

I believe Scott can be very successful, but we have to keep our expectations realistic. It may take 3 to 4 years to build the roster to fit the new schemes.

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Fred Gibson
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Fred Gibson

We need a coach that has ties to the Osborne Era. Someone that believes in the program. Someone that believes in the program. Plus you cant argue with the quick turnaround sucess he has had at UCF. I like the occasional option in his offense as well

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Tay Thomsen
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Tay Thomsen

Why would you go anyware else

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Travis Stewart
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Travis Stewart

Besides the Husker ties he seems to be the best coach available when it comes to fit, culture, and brining the fan base together. There will always be some people not happy about it and no guarantees he can do what needs to be done but overall would make a great hire.

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5%
Not really

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Scott Hermansen
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Scott Hermansen

Scott is a good coach, but people forget he had a slow start when he first came to Nebraska. At UCF he inherited those players, he really doesn't have a complete resume. I would prefer a Les Miles who could bring back the Black Shirts. Scott will be around for years.

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Andy Stotts
Andy Stotts

He inherited a 0-12 team with those players.

Do you see the Huskers beating the point spread against Oklahoma this weekend?

Do you see the Huskers beating the point spread against Oklahoma this weekend?

I'll take the points and the Huskers

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The Illinois game really shook me

9

I'll take the points and the Huskers

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John Jordan
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John Jordan

OU is susceptible to the long passing game. NU pulls out some stops on offense. D keeps it close. OU by 3.

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James Key
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James Key

Im breaking out my 30yr old Number 7 jersey. Huskers by 7

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Matt Seiler
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Matt Seiler

Spencer is a guy who’s easily rattled (get it?) and figures to throw a few picks if pressured. I still think we lose but Huskers can move the ball through the air and force a few TOs to keep this game within 14. Small chance they even pull out the W

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Mark Wane
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Mark Wane

I watched the Tulane game and I think Buffalo is a good team that the D shutdown. Plus I went to school in the 90’s and want us so badly to step up on National tv. We are due!! Skers

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Mick Hanson
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Mick Hanson

I drink all the Kool-aid, why not?

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Bob Berg
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Bob Berg

Sooner's lose one game mid-season. Why not this one. Hopefully no one showed the Sooner team what Frost and company did to them in '96 and '97. We should play well for 3 quarters then their top guys may take over.

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The Illinois game really shook me

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

It's likely at some point in the game we'll be down a score or two. Does this team have the mental toughness to fight and mount a comeback or will they fold? I just don't think the team has that kind of confidence in themselves yet.

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Ryan Moss
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Ryan Moss

I can’t believe Nebraska fans have fallen so far that they discuss if they can’t beat the spread and not if they can beat OU.

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Terry Busch
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Terry Busch

they have talent everywhere. We have a tiny bit of talent. It's a talent landslide.

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Sporty361
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Sporty361

No way! IL lost big to an unrated Virginia team. Sooners will do whatever they want to do regarding score. Tired of us ‘rebuilding’ when we can’t beat teams that out recruit us every year. Don’t those teams have to rebuild? Simply put we are either terrible recruiters or terrible developers.

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Larry Smith
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Larry Smith

Big REd is playing well below the Sooner's level. I just hope they can keep it at the 21 points and not get buried in a ten td avalanche.

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

They are still playing pretty bad. Offensive line is still not blowing anyone off the ball. Defense is still not getting a pass rush. Secondary is not as good as advertised. Hopefully there will be improvement.

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USMC Sully
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USMC Sully

we have been down this road too many times to think otherwise

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Wade Williams
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Wade Williams

We are not there yet. We put too much pressure on an improving defense. If NU could some how score 40 they might have a chance at the end of the game but....I'll call it 48-27 OU.

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Matt Seiler
Matt Seiler

I believe that means they beat the spread

Bryan Petersen
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Bryan Petersen

Offensive line had yet to show we can run the ball between the tackles

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Are you concerned about the investigation into the Husker's use of analysts and off-campus workouts?

Are you concerned about the investigation into the Husker's use of analysts and off-campus workouts?

No, it's just a distraction

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Yes, it indicates questionable judgement

1

No, it's just a distraction

2 Comments
Darrell Bailey
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Darrell Bailey

Lots of teams are doing the exact same thing. Make everyone else accountable before just punishing the Huskers.

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Randy Weitzenkamp
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Randy Weitzenkamp

It's just a distraction, but it is the last thing we need right now. The timing of this news is extremely suspicious. Focus on taking care of business on the field and this will be ancient history in a month .

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Yes, it indicates questionable judgement

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Ryan Moss
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Ryan Moss

Frost is doing everything he can to try to get this program going again. That even means blatantly cheating and trying to cover up his cheating. This isn’t an oopsie, it’s desperation. Same with trying to run away from the OU game. He knows he’s in trouble and he just cost himself his buyout.

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