Scott Frost Bashes Nebraska Leadership
Scott Frost bashes Nebraska leadership in recent comments he made to the media on Monday afternoon.
Frost, 44, has been arguably the most disappointing coach in college football over the past few years.
Despite a ton of hype about how he would turn the program around, Frost has led the Huskers to back-to-back 4-8 records and zero bowl games since 2016.
By any objective measure, he has been an absolute failure since arriving at Nebraska.
Now, a lot of coaches in his shoes might take this opportunity to be introspective and wonder what they are doing wrong.
Not Frost, though.
According to Frost, the problem at Nebraska is “we still don’t have the leadership where we need it to be.”
Frost: “We still don’t have the leadership where we need it to be.”
— Christopher Heady (@heady_chris) November 18, 2019
Unless Frost is referring to himself when he is talking about leadership, it is difficult to see precisely what he is talking about.
Fortunately, Frost has one of the most burdensome and lengthy contracts in college football so he and the Nebraska fan base will have plenty of time to figure out who he means by leadership as they continue to pile on sub-.500 campaigns year after year.