The only "Block" is for one years financial aid. He is already enrolled at NU. Good luck to him, he is a fine young man.
Or, Nebraska could have offered him a scholly, upon graduation. They chose not to. He went to UCF who did offer him a scholly.
He is following the NCAA rules. He'll be the best walk on non scholly offense coach ever, and be on a scholly 362 days from now.
Do you promise to pay, win, lose, or lightening? Akron says to get the money up front. No Checks. Cash before kickoff.
Actually, I think it would be better if he didn’t tell us how crap tasted. In fact, I think it would be great if we just simply didn’t hear from a lot of these other fans anymore.Don't like Scott Frost jilting you? Call 1-800-EAT-CRAP. Let us know how crap tastes when you eat it at every opportunity.
Actually, I think it would be better if he didn’t tell us how crap tasted. In fact, I think it would be great if we just simply didn’t hear from a lot of these other fans anymore.
Why invite them back?
UCF fans are simply lonely, in need of attention(parents hate them) & addicted to the internet.I concur. It was sorta(?) fun at first last year then it became an annoying nuisance that grew into an outright infestation. Now that it's dwindled down to the diehards, it's getting kinda sad and creepy and I'm not saying that to reverse-troll.
At first they claimed Frost wouldn't leave because they loved him and were sure he felt the same. Then their hearts were broken but they were happy that he hung around to led them to an undefeated season and a truly mythical national title. Now they've resorted to outright dissing their former golden boy by insinuating that he tampered or is attempting to tamper?
If he's been exposed as such a bad, unethical coach, aren't they happy to be rid of him? Do they even know anymore? Do they love him? Do they hate him? Should they tweet him right now? No, that would too forward and he's probably busy anyway. Maybe they should just put on their favorite sweatpants and eat a gallon of ice cream while watching a replay of the Auburn game again. (No tears this time.)