Since Osborne, Solich lasted 6 years, but was a top ten team years 2-4. The last 2 years he was at .651 and .753 overall. Callahan lasted 4 years at .551. Pelini stayed awhile at .712. Riley lasted 3 at .500. Frost is going into his third year at .375. Is Frost's seat getting warm? It's clear that your boosters are not afraid to burn a coach quickly. Will a bad year be it for Frost? What's his number of games he needs to win to stay? If Nebraska is, let's say, 6-4 this year, how hot is the seat next year? For the record, I'd much prefer Nebraska not returning to the juggernaut of the 90s as I am a Northwestern fan, but I have nothing against Nebraska other than I want my team to be better. It's a little annoying when you take over our stadium stuff, but I mostly blame our own fans, low student body count, lack of a local fan base, and the geographical homes of our students. In other words, not trolling just curious.