September 28, 2022
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Urban Meyer Addresses Nebraska Job After Scott Frost’s Firing

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Nebraska coach Scott Frost was fired on Sunday three games into his fifth season at the helm in Lincoln. Frost finished his Nebraska career with a 16–31 record, which was the worst by a coach at the school since Bill Jennings’s tenure from 1957-61. Frost’s tenure was hallmarked by shortcomings in one-score games. He was 5–22 in 27 such games at the school.

Following Frost’s firing, Fox Sports analyst Urban Meyer joined the Big Ten Network and voiced his affinity for the Nebraska program.

“Nebraska is one of the most unique fan bases I’ve ever experienced,” Meyer said.

“One year, when I was the coach at Ohio State, I asked one of my guys that worked with me, I said ‘take me around a little bit. Let’s go incognito a little bit.’ I just wanted to walk around and I kind of did, you know? I put a hat on and just kind of was in disguise and I just wanted to watch this because I grew up watching Tom Osborne and watching Nebraska win national championships. I was a big fan and so the fan support is as good as there is in America. They’re great fans too,” Meyer added.





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