Former Oregon offensive coordinator Scott Frost was named the new head coach of the Central Florida Knights on Monday. His tenure with the team officially began on Wednesday, but it looks like he could be still calling plays for the Ducks in their bowl game.
According to The Oregonian, Frost has talked about bringing a whole new dynamic to Orlando. He said that he will bring the “whole playbook” to UCF, but he isn’t sure if he will be coaching in the Ducks’ postseason game.
“I haven’t talked too much with Danny (White, UCF’s athletic director) or coach Helfrich back at Oregon about those types of situations,” Frost said. “This is my priority that I need to be working on making sure that this team can accomplish all it possibly can. Recruiting is obviously one of the first things I need to get started with. We haven’t really talked through those things in detail.”
The Knight fan base will surely be happy to know that Frost is prepared to bring a brand new look to the team’s offense. I’m sure they won’t oppose it after going 0-12 this year.
“I’ll bring the whole playbook,” Frost said. “We play fast but we play efficiently and the things our kids will have to learn make sense and they’re fairly easy to pick up. I told the team earlier today if they’ll buy into the process it’s a proven process that I’ve seen work.”
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