Nebraska players experience first snow with unique practice workout
The Nebraska football team held its first snowy practice of the season on Friday, and some players who were born and raised in the south had never experienced that type of weather before. Head coach Scott Frost was happy to give them a proper introduction to it.
At the start of practice, Frost had his players warm up by making snow angels. It certainly seemed to get the team going.
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 pic.twitter.com/kP9yBFN6Lk
— Nebraska Performance Nutrition (@HuskerNutrition) November 9, 2018
Not much has gone right for Nebraska in Frost’s first season with the team, but the energy level appears to still be there. Frost has already been trolled by a fast food chain during one of his seven losses, so it’s important for him to find ways to keep things loose. Sometimes Mother Nature can help with that.