Scott Frost was brought back to his alma mater of Nebraska to boost the fortunes of a struggling Cornhuskers program, after leading UCF to a 13-0 record and a Peach Bowl victory. Ultimately, he was ousted after a 16-31 record overall and a 10-26 mark in the B1G in 4-plus seasons. Most notably, of those 31 losses, 22 were one-score games.

During FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff on Saturday, college football insider Bruce Feldman discussed more about the circumstances that led to the firing of the former Huskers quarterback.

“Talking to coaches here, Scott Frost’s undoing here really game down to three things,” he said. “First, there was a real bad lack of organization. Second, he was impulsive and he would jump in in critical moments in games and make play calling suggestions of things they really hadn’t rep’d much in practice. And third, he leaned on a couple of buddies here around Nebraska and got some really bad advice.”

Huskers AD Trev Alberts now has a big decision ahead of him as he hopes to restore the program to its past heights.