These are Frost’s first comments since March 9th back when we were all still hoping for some March Madness basketball Frost made an appearance on Sports Nightly earlier this evening and provided a lot of updates on how Husker Football is handling the coronavirus outbreak. Here are some Frost quotes and audio clips from the interview.

“We’re frustrated and concerned and a little bit bored and anxious to get back to a normal state of affairs and in our regular lives.”
“I think Nebraskans are following orders better than most people, staying away from each other, and I think really the key to that is that the better we can do with those things right now that the quicker hopefully we get back to a normal type of lifestyle.”

It seems like Frost is feeling like how we pretty much all of us are feeling right now. Nobody wants a cancelled college football season so we’re trying to take the steps to avoid that.

Scott Frost on the #Huskers gameplan for recruiting going forward without the ability to send coaches out or bring recruits in for visits. ⬇️— Husker Sports (@HuskerSports) March 24, 2020

“A sacrifice we are going to have to make.”Coach Frost feels for the fans disappointment in canceling the Spring Game and the rest of spring sports. ⚾️ ‍♂️— Husker Sports (@HuskerSports) March 24, 2020

How the #Huskers learned of the cancellation of spring practice and the (tentative) plan moving forward in football and academics. ⬇️— Husker Sports (@HuskerSports) March 24, 2020

Frost: “We’re kind of in a holding pattern with our kids, communicate as much we can, keep them happy and healthy.” #huskers— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) March 24, 2020

Frost and staff “burning up the phone lines” with 2021 recruits. Staff has a Zoom call daily.— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) March 24, 2020

It should be interesting to hear from some of the players (hopefully in the near future) about their workout routine. I know that has to be difficult especially with limited access to the weight room and the training table food only being available due to the social distancing protocols that have been implemented in Nebraska and around the country.
As long as everyone keeps adhering to the guidelines, this should be over sooner rather than later.

Source: Corn Nation