The list of football organizations to not name Scott Frost its coach of the year is now to a dwindling few.
Nebraska's head coach added another end of the year award Tuesday, as the American Football Coaches Association named him its FBS Coach of the Year.
“It means so much when you win an award voted on by your peers,” Frost said in a release. “As I said on stage, there are great coaches from the high school level all the way up to Kirby Smart who was sitting next to me. To have my name next to the list of guys who have won this award before means a great deal to me.”
Frost led Central Florida to an undefeated 13-0 season and Sugar Bowl win over Auburn before officially taking over as the new Husker head man last week. He adds to an awards haul that includes coach of the year awards from the Associated Press, ESPN and the Football Writers Association of America, to name a few.