Scott Frost will remain coach at Nebraska after this season but with a restructured contract. That word from athletic director Trev Alberts.
The Cornhuskers are 15-27 in four years under Frost and his future has been the subject of speculation. The Huskers are 3-7 this season and last in the Big Ten West.
Alberts says Frost has laid out a clear plan and vision for the future of the program and agreed to the restructured contract.
Frost is a native Nebraskan and he was quarterback for the Huskers’ 1997 national championship team. Frost currently makes $5 million a year.