Head coach of The Cornhuskers, Scott Frost was fired last Sunday at Nebraska. Now they are worried about their new coach, who will perfect fit for that position? To know the complete information read this article.
Why Was Scott Frost Dismissed?
The Cornhuskers football team lose a match with Georgia Southern, at their home place, Nebraska. And the result comes out as they fired their coach. Although, this was the weakest team till now as they were the champion of 1997. After Tom Osborne was out of the team they went on the back foot as they win only 10 matches in a season.
It is clearly planned that Scott gives Regine from his post in October because Trev Alberts wants some change after they lose 45-42 score from Georgia Southern on Saturday night.
Now they get a new coach Mickey Joseph for the upcoming 10 final games.
Best Option to Replace Scott Forst
Till now they change six coaches to improve Nebraska’s form in-game. But not satisfied anyone after Osborn and Bob Devaney. There are thirteen other coaches listed who replace the batter, Scott. Let’s know about these new coaches, and who is selected by The Cornhuskers.
Air Force Head Coach, Troy Calhoun
Tony Calhoun is the best option if Nebraska wanted to back to the field and remain to maintain his standard. Look at The Falcon’s performances as they won all matches except 4.
2. Lowa State head Coach Matt Campbell
The next name on the list is Matt Campbell if Nebraska chose him Matt is a good option. Who doesn’t know ISU Iowa state, recently their performances id world famous. The Cyclones come on the map after they teach by Matt. But he was replaced by Urban Meyer at Ohio.
3. Jamey Chadwell, Head Coach, Coastal Carolina
For the Nebraska football team coach, Jamey is also in line as he has 32-19 at Coastal Carolina. He remains previously head coach of North Greenville, Delta State, and Charleston Southern.
4. Defensive Coordinator USC, Alex Grinch
Defensive Coordinator Alex Grinch is also in the queue for the future coach. He played football for college and perform as an assistant at Wyoming, Missouri, Washington State, Oklahoma, and now at USC. But he has no experience as a head coach.
5. Kent State Head Coach, Sean Lewis
Kent State coach, Sean is also proven a good coach as he is a rising star in this field. Like Alex, he remains also an assistant at Eastern Illinois, Bowling Green, and Syracuse. Recently he performed as a head coach at Kent State.
6. Jim Leonhard, Defensive Coordinator, Wisconsin
The former Badgers player of football, one of the best defensive in his college. His defense is at 5 ranks in the last 5 seasons. Now Nebraska can take a chance with Leonhard.
7. Jeff Monken, Head Coach, Army
Jeff Monken has also supervised a program of five seasons of winning since 2014. At Georgia, Southern Monken scored 38-16 over West Point. So Nebraska had one more coach to get appointed.
8. Bill O’Brien, Offensive Coordinator, Alabama
Bill O’Brien is one of the best opportunities to choose if you wanted to appoint a coach. He is currently signed by Nick Saban also he had an experience with Big Ten schools as an ahead coach. Bill who is 52 years, also performs as a coach of the Houston Texans In the NFL.
9. Matt Rhule, Head Coach, Carolina Panthers
As you all know Rhule appeared in the 2022 NFL season and from 2013 to 2016 he teach Baylor against Temple. No, he connected with Carolina Panthers. He won 10 games in each season he participated. But he had no experience to coached Big Ten.
10. Dave Doeren, Head Coach, NC State
Like another head coach, Dave also worked as an assistant with Kansas and Wisconsin. One more thing he has an experience in the Big Ten and he is very familiar with this area. He is Power 5 coach.
11. Luke Fickell, Head Coach, Cincinnati
Luke is an Ohio native and a former player of football who played for his state team. To maintain their standard Nebraska would have to try with Luke. He could be a good replacement for Scott.
12. Lance Leipold, Head Coach, Kansas
Lance worked as an assistant with Nebraska-Omaha from 2004-2006. Also, he worked for The Cornhuskers from 2001 to 2003 and he place at 6th rank in the championship. Now he performed for Kansas, so he may be an excellent choice for them.
13. Chris Klieman, Head Coach, Kansas State
Kleiman is known for being three times winners of national titles. Now he is hired by North Dakota State in 2014. He won twice from Oklahoma and he has knowledge of this region. So he may be fit for Scott’s position.
14. Mark Stoops, Head Coach, Kentucky
Being a former Iowa player Mark is connected with Big Ten and he has enough experience to remake any program as Nebraska wants. But if they hire him, they have to change to regret their decision.
15. Tom Herman
If Nebraska considers Tom he can remake his college career, he worked as an assistant with Ohio State with Urban Meyer. He also coached Houston Texas and in 2021, he connected with the Chicago Bears team.
16. Nebraska interim head coach Mickey Joseph
Who should #Huskers look to as their next coach? I took a look at the potential candidates to replace Scott Frost. Big Ten/Midwest connections should be really important this time. https://t.co/Ss6bBn8omk
— Adam Rittenberg (@ESPNRittenberg) September 11, 2022
Recently Mickey join Nebraska after Scott was dismissed. So, they can experience if he is good for them or not for a full-time job. Previously he worked with LSU under Ed Orgeron and played quarterback from 1988 to 1991.
Mickey Joseph is the interim coach at Nebraska, replacing Scott Frost.
He is the first Black head coach in Nebraska history. pic.twitter.com/xyjtoWiwPM
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Now Nebraska has enough options to select their head coach. All personality explained above is talented in their field. Hope you like it. Stay tuned with us for more updates like this.
- 1 Why Was Scott Frost Dismissed?
- 2 Best Option to Replace Scott Forst
- 2.1 Air Force Head Coach, Troy Calhoun
- 2.2 2. Lowa State head Coach Matt Campbell
- 2.3 3. Jamey Chadwell, Head Coach, Coastal Carolina
- 2.4 4. Defensive Coordinator USC, Alex Grinch
- 2.5 5. Kent State Head Coach, Sean Lewis
- 2.6 6. Jim Leonhard, Defensive Coordinator, Wisconsin
- 2.7 7. Jeff Monken, Head Coach, Army
- 2.8 8. Bill O’Brien, Offensive Coordinator, Alabama
- 2.9 9. Matt Rhule, Head Coach, Carolina Panthers
- 2.10 10. Dave Doeren, Head Coach, NC State
- 2.11 11. Luke Fickell, Head Coach, Cincinnati
- 2.12 12. Lance Leipold, Head Coach, Kansas
- 2.13 13. Chris Klieman, Head Coach, Kansas State
- 2.14 14. Mark Stoops, Head Coach, Kentucky
- 2.15 15. Tom Herman
- 2.16 16. Nebraska interim head coach Mickey Joseph