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Coach Ruhle, AD Alberts and Coach Osborne
In retrospect, Frost was in way over his head. He couldn't or wouldn't fix any of the many problems. He got no help from his coaching staff, which was not up to B1G standards. Very few, if any, of that staff has landed a Power Five position. When he claimed that the B1G would have to adapt to his offense, I thought that was a strange thing to say. Turns out, it was a naive claim.I really hate to have to even mention this but this just makes it so apparent that something was really wrong with Scott Frost. He blew so many opportunities.
That was an interesting conversation. It's still hard to believe he was putting in the work. The bigger takeaway for me was Mitch Sherman saying that they tried to write the definitive post-mortem on Scott Frost's reasons for failure and couldn't get anyone to go on record.After listening to Dr Robs podcast, I'm pulling in the reins on how much SF worked, and placing it more on approach and choices.