Good news for the University of Central Florida Knights (UCF) college football fans. Even though their current head coach Scott Frost has accepting the head coaching job at his alma mater the University of Nebraska between the end of the current college football season and the Peach Bowl Game. Frost will stay to coach the Knights in the Peach Bowl on New Years Day against the Auburn University War Eagles.
Frost has decided to coach the Knights at the Peach Bowl since he felt it is he right thing to do to coach his undefeated football team against the Auburn War Eagles in his final game as the head coach of the Knights.
Frost will replace former University of Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Mike Riley who was relieved of his duties at the end of the 2017 college football season with the Cornhuskers ending the college football season with a record of four wins and eight losses in 2017.
Frost is returning to coach at the University of Nebraska since he was the quarterback of the Cornhuskers football program from 1995-1997. The Cornhuskers fans will be optimistic that Frost can revive the program to championship status in a very short time due to his body of work with the Knights football program from 2016-2017.
Frost made the right decision to coach the Knights in the Peach Bowl since his players will be motivated to win the last football game for the 2017 college football season for their football coach since 2016 as a way of thanking him for leading them in the right direction during his tenure.