When Nebraska hired Scott Frost away from UCF last year, it did so with the expectation that he’d be able to do for the Cornhuskers what he did for the Knights.
So far, that seems like nothing more than a dream. In reality, Frost’s influence hasn’t had any impact on the team’s ability to compete. Following two frustrating losses to open the season, Nebraska went into Ann Arbor on Saturday and promptly got destroyed by the Wolverines.
Michigan opened up a 20-0 lead in the first 12 minutes of the game, and things continued to spiral in the second quarter. As of this moment, the Wolverines lead the Cornhuskers by the score of 37-0 with five minutes left before halftime.
Twitter users everywhere took aim at Nebraska, and more specifically, Scott Frost, over this dismal showing.
on the bright side scott frost may get another chance to turn around a winless team
— Mike Shoro (@mike_shoro) September 22, 2018
Can’t wait to see what fake award Scott Frost comes up with after this season.
— woods (@thestevenwoods) September 22, 2018
Soooo it wasnt because Martinez was hurt… Think Scott Frost wishes he was back at UCF yet? #GoBlue
— Chris Ciolfi (@Ciolfster3) September 22, 2018
Scott Frost and Nebraska getting embarrassed by Michigan. Down 37-0 in the first half.
Wonder how Husker fans will treat one of their own?
Haven’t started 0-3 since the end of WWII. 👀
— NICK KAYAL (@NickKayal) September 22, 2018
Scott Frost making Harbaugh and TTUN look like a powerhouse. That’s more impressive than his national title from last year
— DaVonté (@davontestewart) September 22, 2018
— Matt Johnson (@MattJ_Sports) September 22, 2018
The Scott Frost hype pic.twitter.com/HIQKCIr7wH
— Erik Buchinger (@ImErikBuchinger) September 22, 2018
How’s Scott Frost day going? pic.twitter.com/qutnpTHE7R
— DIDYOUSEETHIS? (@RealBrandon_T) September 22, 2018
checking in on scott frost, how's he doing with that hotbed of talent up in nebraska? #trolltweet
— daniel tosh (@danieltosh) September 22, 2018
Yeah, it’s not going great for Scott Frost and the Cornhuskers.