Scott Frost jabs back at Nick Saban in never-ending UCF national title argument

Around and around we go.

Five months ago, Central Florida, led by athletic director Danny White, began declaring itself as a national champion for the 2017 season. Since then, what started as a cutesy underdog story has transformed into a strange back-and-forth between UCF and Alabama, the team that won the College Football Playoff.

Nick Saban, who is not on board with UCF’s claim, and Scott Frost escalated things this week.

Scott Frost’s take

Frost, now the head coach at Nebraska, was asked about Saban’s take on the matter in an interview with Omaha TV station KETV. He made sure to point to some similar title claims in Alabama’s history.

“Alabama’s probably got one or two championships they claim that weren’t necessarily recognized by everybody,” Frost said.

Frost inherited a UCF team that was winless in 2015 and transformed it into an undefeated AAC and Peach Bowl champion in 2017 before taking the same position at his alma mater. Earlier this month, he admitted he was a little uneasy about UCF’s continual national title boasts.

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