With just three wins 10 games into his fourth season at Nebraska, Scott Frost will get a fifth.
Huskers AD Trev Alberts released a statement Monday announcing Frost will return to Lincoln in 2022 with a restructured contract.
"In my four months at Nebraska, I have closely observed our football team, and had several productive discussions with Coach Frost," Alberts said. "Scott has laid out a clear vision for the future of Nebraska football and has agreed to a restructured contract."
The move comes on the same day the Omaha World-Herald editorial board published a column arguing for Frost's return. He is 15-27 in nearly four full seasons.
This season's 3-7 mark has been marred by close losses: six by eight points or fewer, and the seventh by just nine points to No. 5 Ohio State.
There is legitimate reason to believe Nebraska is better than its 3-7 record, though. The Huskers rank 29th in the FEI ratings, for instance.
Update: While Frost returns, most of the offensive staff will not. Coordinator Matt Lubick, quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco,
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Update >> AD Trev Alberts shares this evening that Frost is taking a pay cut from $5 million next season down to $4 million and has elected to cut his buyout in half from $15 million to $7.5 million