Nebraska: Kirk Herbstreit on Scott Frost; an udpate on Keyshawn Johnson Jr.

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Kirk Herbstreit’s thoughts

Is Scott Frost coming to Nebraska as its next head coach a done deal? ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit would love for it to happen, but he’s not as quick to call it a done deal with other high-profile jobs open.

A return for Keyshawn Johnson Jr.?

According to Keyshawn Johnson Sr., his son Keyshawn Johnson Jr.  will return to Lincoln after taking a semester away despite the coaching change.

Done deal

While Herbstreit may be more hesitant to call it a done deal, one Orlando columnist sees Frost’s future a little differently. Orlando Sentinel columnist Mike Bianchi is more than confident that Frost will be departing UCF for the Huskers.

A recruiting update

How are the Huskers doing on the recruiting trail despite not being on the road? There’s a couple of recruits Nebraska is keeping a close eye on, and Land of 10’s Chris Bumbaca revisited the November to-do list.


That’s what it feels like for Nebraska and UCF fans right now, but it’ll all be over soon enough. The future of Frost will have an answer and fans can start to move forward.

The glory days

Dan Patrick wanted to revisit the glory days, and it looks like Nebraska was able to make it happen. Even if it’s a tweet.

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