Old-School Formula + Modern Approach


Linked below is a fantastic article on how Nebraska football coach Scott Frost is going about his plan to make his alma mater a national factor again. To hear Frost tell it, Nebraska football has lost its way and the last Huskers quarterback to win a national title (only Alabama has won more since 1970), is determined to restore aspects of the formula that made Nebraska one of the best programs in the country during the 80’s and 90’s while combining it with scheme and emphasis on speed he learned while working under Chip Kelly at Oregon.

“Everything,” he says. “We used to have 160 guys on the football team, but it wasn’t just that. We took those 160 guys and developed them better than anybody else in college football. We had the best strength and conditioning program in the country. We had the best nutrition program in the country. We had the best academic support program in the country. We practiced in a way where everybody was getting reps, where you had four units—four teams going at once so the whole team was getting reps and you developed the roster from the top to the bottom. Everything,” he says. “We used to have 160 guys on the football team, but it wasn’t just that. We took those 160 guys and developed them better than anybody else in college football. We had the best strength and conditioning program in the country. We had the best nutrition program in the country. We had the best academic support program in the country. We practiced in a way where everybody was getting reps, where you had four units—four teams going at once so the whole team was getting reps and you developed the roster from the top to the bottom.”

FULL ARTICLE

For more on Frost:
-No fear of failure for Nebraska’s Frost (LINK)
-How Scott Frost is transforming Nebraska (LINK)
-Scott Frost clinic notes (LINK)
-Scott Frost’s crazy month juggling Nebraska and UCF (LINK)

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