It seemed like a good idea at the time.
From Scott Frost's coaching search to possible "schedule alterations" to the men's hoops team's gray uniforms, here's a full roundup.
Amid life's minor headaches and major heartbreaks, its troubles and trials, its delights and disappointments, it's easy to lose track of the b…
Husker athletics notched two recent wins that had nothing to do with competition on the court.
Scott Frost always takes the podium last. Once he took his spot at the microphone, it got fairly interesting right off the jump.
Frost is the ninth coach since 1990 to oversee four straight losing seasons at the same Big Ten program. A look at the others signals a challenge.
If the Huskers achieve certain "metrics" next season, Frost's salary bumps back to $5 million, and the contract extends one year.
Wednesday was reminiscent of the fall day in 2002 when former Nebraska coach Frank Solich announced major changes on his staff.
Frost on restructuring contract, firing coaches: "It’s an easy decision to me to make any sacrifices I have to to have the privilege to continue to be here.”
The good news is that Scott Frost will be back on the Nebraska sideline next year, a decision made by new Athletic Director Trev Alberts that …
My, how times have changed at NU. Frank Solich's revamped staff was 10-3 in 2003, yet was shown the door. Now, Scott Frost faces his own trying task.
Here are six possibilities for Nebraska's offensive coordinator role that fit specific prerequisites, such as play-calling experience.
Nebraska AD Trev Alberts likes the idea of Scott Frost not having his head buried in a play sheet during a game. Maybe a new way will help NU in close games.
This story begins at Trev Alberts' son's wedding in late October and ends Monday morning. Here's what happened during that span.
Alberts didn’t want to step on Scott Frost’s toes, but said he “wouldn’t be surprised,” if Frost looked for a coordinator to handle play-calling.
Scott Frost and Trev Alberts have a heavy emotional investment. They want to be here and most likely want to stay here. That counts for plenty.
A third straight loss has stirred up questions of the future of the Huskers and Frost at Nebraska. The coach addressed "hot seat" talk Monday.
Matt Millen says Scott Frost is "one of those guys you hold onto. He'll turn the corner. That'll happen." But get those chairs ready for the next town hall session.
The Nebraska athletic director offered a frank assessment of the officiating in the Huskers' narrow loss to Michigan earlier this month.
Trev Alberts was asked directly by a caller on the "Sports Nightly" program about Scott Frost's standing beyond the 2021 season.
Scott Frost has enough headaches without his boss trying to influence staff decisions.
OK, let's think worst case scenario, from the Huskers' perspective. Can they still make a bowl game if they lose in Minneapolis?
"I don't want us focusing on the problems anymore," said Scott Frost, who described the mental approach he's adopting for his team.
As Scott Frost discussed his interactions with Trev Alberts, it was difficult to avoid recollections of previous head coach-A.D. relationships.