Local man wins another national award Part time Nebraska head football coach Scott Frost has been award the Associated Press Coach of the year for 2017. This is his third fourth award of such nature this season. He recently won the FWAA Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award, the Home Depot Gameday Coach of the Year award, and the American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year Award.
This is a huge honor for a coach who brought a team that was 0-12 two years ago to an undefeated 13-0 this season and the school’s first New Years Six bowl game.

BREAKING: UCF’s Scott Frost named The Associated Press Coach of the Year. More from @ralphdrussoAP: https://t.co/0FW6dLY45L pic.twitter.com/nPAzTNsyTY— AP Top 25 (@AP_Top25) December 18, 2017

Scott is currently recruiting for Nebraska while also coaching the University of Central Florida football team for their bowl game on January 1st against Auburn. Throw in the fact that he has a wife and newborn at home and you now have no reason to complain that you have no time to accomplish things in your life.
Scott Frost, making middle aged dads look bad since 2017.

Source: Corn Nation