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Scott Frost Went Off A Bit On The SEC's 8-Game Conference Schedule

Scott Frost speaking on ESPN.

Nebraska's new head coach took a bit of a shot at the SEC's schedule.

Scott Frost appeared on ESPN in preview of tonight's College Football Playoff national title game and spoke about his ideal changes to the sport moving forward.

Nebraska's new head coach has made it clear that he would like to see the College Football Playoff expand to eight teams.

Frost also would like to see conference scheduling made more even. Conferences like the Big Ten and Pac-12 play nine conference games, while the SEC only plays eight. So, this season, both Ohio State and Wisconsin played two more conference games than Alabama. It was the Crimson Tide that ended up making the playoff, though. This seems a little unfair.

His full statement is below: