Husker Extra and the Lincoln Journal Star spent two days on Frost watch as the reports of the former Husker QB's homecoming as Nebraska head coach started Saturday and climaxed Sunday with his introduction.
Here's all the coverage from two days. Nearly 18,000 words (and counting) of analysis, features, and reporting, along with photos, video and social media reaction.
Within hours of Scott Frost being named Nebraska head coach, new Husker quarterbacks coach Mario Verduzco had extended a scholarship offer to four-star signal-caller Adrian Martinez of Fresno, California. More offers soon followed.
Once it became inevitable that Scott Frost was going to become Nebraska football coach, the intrigue started to shift toward how much money NU was going to pony up.
Scott Frost will hit the ground running when he arrives in Lincoln to start his duties as Nebraska football coach.
"I think the state and the fan base is excited to have one of their own come back and coach this football team." -- Joel Makovicka
As the Nebraska football players left Memorial Stadium on Sunday morning after meeting their new head coach for the first time, the message they shared was a positive one.
The University of Nebraska leadership said it was prepared to invest in a top-flight football staff and operation.
A transcript of current Huskers Jerald Foster and Mick Stoltenberg and their thoughts on the Sunday's news conference introducing their new head coach.
Scott Frost signed a memorandum of understanding outlining his agreement to become Nebraska's head football coach on Nov. 27, according to NU athletic director Bill Moos.
Scott Frost, decked in a gray suit and red tie, was preparing for his introductory news conference Sunday, but first he took a walk through the Nebraska weight room.
In fact, he's been ready for some time, Tom Osborne says. "He's about as well-prepared as anybody could be," the legendary former Nebraska football coach said of the new Husker coach. "He's seen football from many different perspectives."
Scott Frost had a Husker homecoming on Sunday when he was officially introduced as the next Nebraska head football coach.
On Sunday, Scott Frost was asked how he would modify his offensive system to work in the Big Ten. Without hesitation, Frost responded, "I'm hoping the Big Ten has to modify their system to us."
Scott Frost hasn't been back to Memorial Stadium for a long time. In fact, the Nebraska native can't remember the last time he saw a game in Lincoln.
Scott Frost has not announced any of the assistant coaches that will make up his first coaching staff at Nebraska, but already many of the pieces are falling into place.
Nebraska's wayward son returned on Sunday. All the things new Husker head football coach Scott Frost said that brought grown Nebraska fans to …
As a high school legend at Wood River and a starting quarterback at Nebraska, Scott Frost got used to media members peppering him and his family with questions and interview requests.
Matt Davison for a long time hoped this day would come. Well, it arrived. A gorgeous and memorable Sunday. A packed room on the third floor of Memorial Stadium. A lot of smiles. A lot of chills. A lot of energy. A lot of hope. Yeah, a truckload of hope.
If you understand how a meeting in Philadelphia came to be, then you can understand how Frost wound up sitting, clean-shaven, in a gray suit and red tie, on the third floor of Memorial Stadium in front of hundreds of people Sunday, sleepless and hungry but also intent on turning around a program gone awry since he quarterbacked a national championship team here 20 years ago.
Scott Frost can earn nearly $1 million in bonuses for a national championship season and ensured multi-year protection for his assistants during contract negotiations, his signed memorandum of understanding shows.