Look: Football World Is Not Happy With Scott Frost Today

2022 is a make-or-break year for Nebraska head football coach Scott Frost. But the lengths he is taking his players to practice have few fans.

Speaking to the media this week, Frost announced that new offensive line coach Donovan Raiola announced he has linesmen 15-20 times per practice.

Frost clarified that it's because they're trying so hard, not because they're out of shape.

Throwing up after intense physical activity isn't always a bad thing. But repeated throwing can have big consequences if not handled properly.

As you can imagine, Nebraska fans weren't happy by Frost with how often players were throwing. Many are taking to Twitter and warning Frost for being so proud of it.

In four seasons at Nebraska, Scott Frost is 15–29 with a no-win season. Their teams have so far ranked better than fifth in the Big Ten West and are just 10-25 against Big Ten opponents.

Nebraska made wholesale changes to Frost's staff after going 3-9 in 2021. If Frost can't get the Huskers back to bowling eligibility in 2022, it looks like he'll be on the chopping block.

Is Scott Frost Pushing His Players Too Hard In His Quest For A Bowl Game? Will this be his last year?

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