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Friday Flakes: Scott Frost to Iowa as Offensive Coordinator? 10 Initial Thoughts on this Eventual Reality

NCAA Football: Big Ten Media Days Robert Goddin-USA TODAY Sports

Bizarro world might be coming folks. It could be a match made in heaven.

There are rumblings on the internet and rumors (unverified rumors we have to say) that Scott Frost could be the next offensive coordinator at Iowa.

This could all be a load of crap but this is Friday Flakes so I can do what I want. So here are a some thoughts on the idea of Scott Frost at Iowa for you on this Friday morning.

First, is Frost that jaded from his Nebraska experience that he wants to join Nebraska’s currently most hated rival? I mean, he has to have a ton of options (if he wants options) to go be an offensive coordinator somewhere.

Second, or maybe he wants to learn under Kirk Ferentz on how to be a good head coach?

Third, would a Frost system jive to how Kirk Ferentz wants to run offense?

Fourth, maybe he could be the next Iowa head coach in waiting.

Fifth, it could be terrifying to think of pairing a Scott Frost offense with a Phil Parker defense.

Sixth, would love to see Tony White and Matt Rhule just beat that Frost offense down.

Seventh, would he show up on time for meetings? Kidding.

Eighth, would Adrian Martinez want to coach on that staff?

Ninth, would Iowa fans want him? I have a feeling they could be a little bit split.

Tenth, would Kirk and Frost hang out like long lost friends?

What are your thoughts on this possibility?



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