From the article:
By all accounts, Frost’s predecessor at Nebraska, Mike Riley, was a good and decent man, but not exactly a stickler for discipline and hard work. He left behind a program filled with players who were unfamiliar with the commitment to excellence and inner drive that Frost demands.
The problem is Frost ... is coaching at a program where many fans still are living in the past. These are not ... Tom Osborne’s dominant, dynastic Cornhuskers.
Let’s also remember that Nebraska hasn’t won a conference championship in two decades and simply doesn’t have the national prestige and recruiting prowess it once did. It’s going to take some time—and some luck—to build Nebraska into a national power.
...the soft, shivering, climate-impaired Cornhuskers better break out their chinchilla warm-ups. This has the makings of a long, cold winter.
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