ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) Few people have a better appreciation for option football than Central Florida coach Scott Frost.
Frost ran a version of option football under the direction of his father at Wood River High in Nebraska. Larry Frost, a career high school head coach, taught his son the basics of reading defenses and deciding where to go with the football.
Frost went on to become the starting quarterback at Nebraska in a different type of option system for coach Tom Osborne.