Frost wants Huskers to play with no fear of failure

KLKN Sports Staff

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LINCOLN, Neb. – Scott Frost wants Nebraska to play with "no fear of failure." 

The first-year head coach explained this motto at the Big Ten Media Days in Chicago earlier this week. 

"I think if you fail enough, you either cash in your chips or you get to a point where you’re not afraid of it," Frost said. "And that’s how I want my players to play. It’s not always going to work. But you have to be confident enough in yourself to want it but not be devastated by it when it doesn’t work."

The Husker players agree that Frost’s motto for the team has helped them to relax more in offseason workouts.

Stanley Morgan Jr., a senior wide receiver, said. "Going out there and giving it your all and not worrying about fear of failure. Not worrying about what the coach is going to tell you. Not worrying about what’s going to happen to you. Just go out and play."