Scott Frost and the Nebraska football program are being investigated by the NCAA.
Well, the Scott Frost era of Nebraska football continues to be a roller coaster full of frustration. There are ups and downs (with more downs than ups) and now apparently there’s an NCAA investigation.
Apparently the NCAA is looking into allegations that Frost and the Nebraska Cornhuskers for improperly using analysts and consultants.
None of that sounds any good.
Interestingly enough, the Nebraska Huskers haven’t even been any good while these alleged violations were taking place. If Nebraska was doing this to gain any sort of competitive advantage, I’m not sure they got one.
Since Nebraska hired Frost, the Huskers have won an average of four games a year under him. From 2018 through 2020, Nebraska has managed to go just 12-20. They went 4-8 in 2018, 5-7 in 2019, and then 3-5 in 2020.
There’s been no improvement (or real, meaningful success) at any point under Frost up to this point.
But unfortunately for Nebraska football fans, that’s not the end of it.
The NCAA is reportedly looking into Scott Frost and the Nebraska football program
According to reports, Nebraska allegedly moved its strength training to “an undisclosed off-campus location” so that they would go unnoticed “by non-football school officials.”
This is very clearly a mess that Scott Frost and the Nebraska football program didn’t need. The Huskers have been far from good on the field under his leadership and he has to be on the hot seat for the lack of success Nebraska has seen.
Add in an NCAA investigation and things only get hotter for Frost.
At the moment, these are just allegations that are being reported. It’s not entirely clear what has happened so far. But, if you thought there was pressure on Frost to succeed before, you should know there’s an entirely new level of pressure for him to succeed now.