The reports came shortly after Central Florida defeated Memphis 62-55 in double overtime to win the American Athletic Conference championship to finish the season a ideal 12-0.
"The state is hungry for unity", Frost said. The state of Nebraska and the Husker program mean a great deal to me.
Frost said the "time was right" for him to return home and lead his alma mater.
"This is a celebration for the University of Nebraska and for Husker football, certainly a celebration of bringing one of our own home, a favorite son". "These things happen at the wrong time".
"We're going to have to get work", Frost said.
Frost met with his team for the first time Sunday morning.
Moos said Frost was the only person he offered the job. "The one thing I wouldn't do is sacrifice my time for the team". "This was fun. This game was fun".
"2017 has been one of the best years of my life". "When I was here under Coach (Tom) Osborne, there was unity of goal, unity of belief and understanding and support for this program and what it stood for and what it was accomplishing".
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Frost played for and coached under some of the top coaches around.
1998-2003 - drafted in the third round of the NFL Draft by the New York Jets in 1998, played (mostly safety) for the Jets, Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Nebraska before taking the same job at Kansas State. He also spent time at Northern Iowa as linebackers coach and defensive coordinator in 2007 and 2008.
Frost joined Oregon's coaching staff as wide receivers coach in 2009 under head coach Chip Kelly.
UCF Athletic Director Danny White said Saturday that Frost still planned to coach the Knights in the upcoming bowl game New Year's Day.
Frost will leave UCF for Nebraska where he will coach the Cornhuskers.
He inherited an 0-12 football team at the end of the 2015 season and quickly turned the program around, helping the Knights earn their first 11-0 regular season record in school history and a No. 14 ranking by the College Football Playoff committee - the highest mark by any Group of 5 school since the playoff system started in 2014.
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