Wisconsin has someone in its corner who could potentially be a divisional rival in the future.
Scott Frost, the Central Florida head coach and subject of multiple coaching rumors, was asked this week if he felt his undefeated UCF team should be ranked higher than No. 18, where it landed in the latest College Football Playoff rankings. Frost didn’t use his answer to vent about the rankings for his team’s sake, though.
Instead, the second-year head coach spoke up for Wisconsin and Miami, both of whom are undefeated but ranked 7th and 8th, respectively.
“I wouldn’t complain for us. The teams I feel bad for are the Wisconsins and Miamis,” Frost told ESPN. “As a football player, all you can do is beat the people they put in front of you. If you’re undefeated, that’s undefeated and that means a lot. I hate to see people’s opinions have more emphasis put on them than the record on the field. But from our standpoint, we just have to take care of business and a lot of good things are headed our way.”
Frost, who was Oregon’s offensive coordinator before heading to UCF, is a candidate for multiple Power 5 jobs. Many Nebraska fans are hoping Frost, a former Huskers’ quarterback, would take the job in Lincoln if the program fires Mike Riley.
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