Scott Frost On Hunting

September 3, 2019 greg wagner

Scott Frost has begun his second season as the head football coach at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, but did you know that he really enjoys hunting (and fishing)?

Nebraska Cornhusker Head Football Coach, Scott Frost, at a recent press conference after the team’s practice. Notice the camouflaged Husker ball cap. Photo courtesy of Ross Jernstrom/Omaha’s WOWT 6 Sports.

Here are two interviews that I did with the Husker gridiron head coach late last winter for my WOWT 6 Sports Outdoor Report at a charity hunt for Teammates about his enjoyment of hunting and his perspectives about Nebraska’s  outdoor scene.

I interview Husker Head Football Coach, Scott Frost, about hunting in Nebraska for my WOWT 6 Sports Outdoor Report at a 2019 charity pheasant hunt. Photo courtesy of Ross Jernstrom/Omaha’s WOWT 6 Sports.

It is fun hanging out and hunting with Scott Frost. By the way, he is an excellent shot!

Scott Frost and I get a quick pic together at the Oak Creek Sporting Club Lodge near Brainard, NE following a charity pheasant hunt for the Teammates Mentoring Program. Photo courtesy of Terry Kriz/Oak Creek Sporting Club.

Click the link below to see Part #1 of the interview:

Click this link to view Part #2 of the interview:

Thanks for watching and stay tuned to Game and Parks Commission channels for more news about Scott Frost and Nebraska hunting!!

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