Nebraska Finds Unique Way To Practice In The Snow

first_imgNebraska football players enjoy the snow.Nebraska NutritionAt 2-7 on the season, the Nebraska Cornhuskers are playing for respect. Ahead of their game against Illinois, the team had practice during a snowy day.First-year head coach Scott Frost had the bold idea to use the snow to exercise and have fun at the same time.A video from Nebraska Performance Nutrition shows a shirtless Frost instructing the team while they all make snow angels.You can see the video right here:First snow for some of the Nebraska players from the south gave the team a chance to have some fun during the start of practice Thursday. Shirtless coach Frost right in the middle of it all. GBR! #fuelingtactics #fuelNhuskers— Nebraska Performance Nutrition (@HuskerNutrition) November 9, 2018Nebraska started the season 0-6, allowing 33 or more points five times during that span.The Cornhuskers got their first win of the year against Minnesota on October 20th and followed that up with a win over Bethune-Cookman of the FCS the following week.Last week, Nebraska’s two-game winning streak was ended in a 36-31 loss to Ohio State.At 4-5, Illinois are hoping to secure their first winning record in the regular season since 2007. A loss would still give them a window to make a bowl game.UPDATE: We now have a clearer image of a shirtless Scott Frost.Thanks to @Chaz_in_Socal, here is the shirtless Frost— Jim in MN (@HuskersMN) November 9, 2018last_img read more