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2017 Schedule
4-8, 5th in Big Ten - West

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Scott Frost adds the Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award to his collection of hardware. The new Nebraska coach was also honored as the Home Depot Coach of the Year for his work in 2017 at UCF. Frost is the first coach from a non-Power 5 program to win the Robinson award since Fisher DeBerry of Air Force in 1985. Other finalists included Bill Clark of UAB, Lane Kiffin of FAU, Jeff Monken of Army, Lincoln Riley of Oklahoma, Kirby Smart of Georgia, Dabo Swinney of Clemson and Jeff Tedford of Fresno State.

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2dGerry Hamilton and Tom VanHaaren

Vols lose two QB recruits but secure top-50 WR

Tennessee lost its two quarterback prospects with ESPN 300 QB Adrian Martinez switching to Nebraska and Michael Penix decommitting, but secured the recommitment of highly ranked wide receiver Alontae Taylor for its class of '18.

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4dCraig Haubert

Scout's Take: S C.J. Smith to Nebraska

New coach Scott Frost's addition of athletic safety C.J. Smith brings depth to a Nebraska group that has been hit hard by departures.

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5dTom VanHaaren

Huskers lose top commitment in No. 36 Moore

Joshua Moore, the No. 36-ranked prospect in the 2018 class, on Sunday became the fourth ESPN 300 prospect and highest rated to decommit from Nebraska since Oct. 31.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The hiring of Troy Walters, Sean Beckton and Zach Duval complete a full move to Nebraska for the UCF coaching staff under Scott Frost.

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8dKyle Bonagura

Riley back to Beavers for 3rd stint, as assistant

Mike Riley, who has been the head coach at Oregon State on two previous occasions, has returned to the Beavers as assistant head coach after he was fired from Nebraska.

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8dAdam Rittenberg

Grading the college football coaching hires so far

Every coaching hire is trumpeted as a home run when it's first made. But which ones actually deserve that praise? From Chip Kelly to Herm Edwards, we break it down.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Scott Frost has been named the national coach of the year and will be presented with the award at the Home Depot College Football Awards Show in Atlanta. Watch Thursday night at 7 ET on ESPN.

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9dTom VanHaaren

Hot Board: Coaching moves will affect these recruits

Recruits such as Tennessee QB commit Adrian Martinez are caught in the middle of the coaching moves. Here are the prospects who could change commitments because of a coaching change.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

UCF follows the Frost Formula in plucking Josh Heupel from Mizzou. Should make for a smooth transition after bowl season. Interested to learn what this means for Troy Walters. No matter, the next four weeks will be an odd time in those coaching offices. The players deserve for it to be handled gracefully. Likely that Danny White will manage the situation well.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Missouri offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Josh Heupel, a former Oklahoma quarterback, has been named UCF's new head coach, according to an announcement from the school. He replaces Scott Frost, who left for Nebraska, his alma mater, on Saturday.

Finebaum thinks Frost coaching in bowl game is 'a very bad idea' (0:36)
Frost gives Nebraska immediate credibility (2:03)
Frost wants Nebraska to be proud of football team (0:36)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The seven assistant coaches named to Scott Frost's Nebraska staff include former Cornhuskers Ryan Held and Greg Austin. Expect Barrett Ruud to be the third. All of the new appointments came with Frost from UCF.

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11dMitch Sherman

How Nebraska brought Scott Frost home

Going back to Lincoln wasn't as easy as imagined for Frost, a favorite son of Nebraska. But with the help of Frost's old roommate and legendary coach Tom Osborne, the Huskers got their man.

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12dMitch Sherman

Frost unveiled, vows to revive Nebraska's glory

New Nebraska coach Scott Frost was given a huge welcome home at his introductory news conference Sunday from current players and his old teammates, and he vowed to rekindle their passion and harness the power dormant within their storied program.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

The quote for which Scott Frost's introductory presser may be remembered, for better or worse. Asked how he plans to modify his system to play in the Big Ten, Frost says: "I'm hoping the Big Ten has to modify their system for us."

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Scott Frost on his message to Nebraska players today: "Things are going to change. A lot of things are going to change."

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

"This is fun. This is a celebration." — Bill Moos, kicking off the introductory press of Scott Frost as Nebraska's coach.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

A packed house at Memorial Stadium ahead of Scott Frost's introduction as Nebraska coach.

Team Stats

Passing Yards277.5
Rushing Yards107.5
Points For25.8
Points Against36.4117th