Over the weekend, the University of Nebraska decided to fill up the coaching void on the football team with Scott Frost. Frost, a previous quarterback at Nebraska, led the Huskers to their last championship in 1997. Fans hope that Frost will bring back the old dominant ways of Nebraska.
Frost was previously employed at the University of Central Florida. When he came in the 2015 season, the Knights were a disappointing 0-12. However, once Frost came in, it only took him two years to get UCF to a perfect 12-0 record and a conference championship in the American Conference. The Knights are now ranked number ten in the nation and will attempt to complete the perfect season against number six Auburn in the Peach Bowl.
Many loyal Husker fans believe that Frost will have similar results with the 4-4 Nebraska team. Here are what some Westside students think about the change:
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