LINCOLN, Neb. (KMTV) — During his short time at Nebraska, head coach Scott Frost has created a family culture according to his Husker players.
"Coaches have an open door policy where you can come right in and talk to them," said junior inside linebacker Collin Miller. "They bring their families around. They bring their kids around. So I feel like if you can trust your coaches, trust your players and have that like family bond relationship, I think your team is going to be awesome because you trust one another. You love one another. You don't just say it, you actually mean it."
Frost has a 6-9 record early on in his tenure at NU but the team has plenty of faith that the Big Red will consistently turn the corner soon.
"I've never seen a coaching staff like this before where you got the D-line coach talking to a wide receiver coach that they love each other and I think everybody's real close," said Miller. "I think the players can see that and the players feed off of it."
The Huskers will try to give Frost his first road win at Nebraska on Saturday when NU visits Illinois starting at 7 p.m. on BTN.