“DYING” FOR A CHANCE!!: Scott Frost Desperate To Coach Again … Would You Take Him As A HC Or OC??

Former Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Scott Frost, who left the program in shambles after a disappointing five-year tenure, has expressed his extreme eagerness to return to coaching.

Speaking to CBS Sports, the 49-year-old admitted he’s “dying” to coach and feels older and wiser due to his previous struggles. 

“For the first time in my life, I don’t know what’s next,” Frost told CBS Sports. “I’m dying to get back in.”

Unlike many coaches in similar situations, Frost said he has no interest in pursuing any type of work in broadcasting or the media. 

“This is bad to say to a media guy, but I’ve never wanted to be a critic,” he said. “I’ve wanted to be in the arena.”

“My whole life I was a little league player and a high school player and then a college player and then an NFL player and then a [graduate assistant], and then a position coach, then a coordinator and then a head coach,” Frost said.

“It was on a trajectory, and I knew what was next.”

Despite his failures, Frost believes he still has plenty to offer and that he is a better coach because of those failures. 

“I know this, there’s some good coaches out there. I’m a good coach. I belong doing it,” he said.

“I just don’t know for sure where that’s going to be right now. If the right head coach job comes along, I’d take it … If the right coordinator job comes, I’d take it.”

Frost, who previously achieved success as the offensive coordinator for the Oregon Ducks and as the head coach of the UCF Knights, aims to redeem himself following his disappointing stint at Nebraska.

However, Frost faces an uphill battle to rebuild his coaching career.

During his time with the Cornhuskers, he failed to lead the team to a single bowl game and presided over a significant decline in the program.

Clearly, Frost is desperate to return to coaching. He seems a little broken and it’s hard not to feel sorry for him. 

His mention of being willing to accept an offensive coordinator position is notable. He’s obviously more than willing to work his way back up. 

What are your thoughts on Frost?

Do you think he’s deserving of another shot? … At what type of program? In what type of capacity?

As far as the current Cornhuskers, what are your thoughts on the job Matt Rhule is doing?

Will he lead Nebraska back to the elite class of college football???