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Scott Frost will stay at Oregon

Posted on: February 7, 2011 3:09 pm
 
Posted by Tom Fornelli

So you remember that job opening at Nebraska for an offensive coordinator that Bo Pelini had no idea about, yet was seeking out candidates for? Yeah, that one. Well, former Nebraska quarterback Scott Frost had emerged as a candidate for the job last week, but the word is that Frost is going to stay at Oregon where he is currently a receivers coach.

It seems that even though Pelini doesn't know of any job opening, that didn't stop him from meeting with Frost over the weekend about the possibility of Frost coming back to Lincoln. It seems the deal-breaker was that Frost didn't want to come back to Nebraska unless it was for the offensive coordinator position, but that's not what Pelini was offering.

No, it seems that Pelini is preparing to give that job to current running backs coach Tim Beck, though Pelini has also spoken to former Kansas offensive coordinator Ed Warinner about the position as well. That is, if the open position actually existed. Which it doesn't, right coach Pelini? Wink, wink.

As of now, current offensive coordinator Shawn Watson and receivers coach Ted Gilmore have not been relieved of their duties -- at least not publically -- but all indications are that they will be in the near future.
Comments

Since: May 16, 2009
Posted on: February 8, 2011 12:38 am
 

Scott Frost will stay at Oregon

Great call Scott, you are at the biggest up n coming football program in the nation!  Back to back Pac 10 titles, a national championship game berth, that we easily could have won, and the recruits are just getting bigger and better.  Go Ducks!



Since: Apr 18, 2009
Posted on: February 7, 2011 5:00 pm
 

Scott Frost will stay at Oregon

I guess if anyone knows about being a classless goober, it would be a USC fan.



Since: Aug 31, 2009
Posted on: February 7, 2011 4:34 pm
 

Scott Frost will stay at Oregon

 Chew with your mouth closed, Bo. Classless goober.


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