Frost on Players’ Playbook Retention, Quarterback Competition
With fall camp getting underway this week, Nebraska football coach Scott Frost said the Huskers “are working really hard, but having a lot of fun being together.”
Frost was asked yesterday how the players’ retention of NU’s playbook is since last spring. “It’s been good,” Frost said. “You know, they changed the rules, we could actually work with the players a little bit in the offseason. That’s made a difference. I think there’s a little more familiarity, even with the new guys.”
Frost was also asked yesterday about what he has seen in the competition among Nebraska’s quarterbacks. “Some good things,” Frost replied. “Again, we’re a long way from being done but I like what I see. Everybody’s healthy, learning…making a few mistakes here and there that we can clean up but the effort’s good and we’re making some plays.”
The Huskers will hold their third practice today before taking tomorrow off. The Big Red’s season opener is set for August 27th against Northwestern in Dublin, Ireland.