What’s better than completing a perfect season by winning your conference title in the highest scoring game in Conference Championship history.
Getting a $35-million deal with your alma mater hours later.
That is how Saturday went for then UCF Knights head coach Scott Frost who completed a perfect 12-0 season when his Knights beat the Memphis Tigers 62-55 in double overtime.
And now he’s coming home.
Frost, a former quarterback who led the Nebraska Cornhuskers to a share of the 1997 national championship, agreed to a seven-year, $35-million contract with the Cornhuskers hours later.
And you thought after a day like that he’d feel like a million bucks.
He did, thirty-five times over.
Source: Bleacher Report