It had been a while since Scott Frost had tweeted. Since Aug. 14, to be exact. Nebraska football had lived what felt like a lifetime in that span, started 0-6, finished 4-2, landed eight commits for the 2019 class.
But Frost’s feed was shaken from its slumber Thursday night by Nebraska volleyball’s rally from 2-0 down to beat Illinois and advance to the national championship match where the Huskers will face Stanford on Saturday night.
Frost wasn’t the only one on the current or future Husker football teams to notice.
2019 commit Garrett Nelson
Nebraska’s quarterback in the next class, Logan Smothers, was watching.
Nebraska’s quarterback from UCF did, too.
Former Huskers kicker Drew Brown went to the game.
Nebraska soccer star Sinclaire Miramontez? Check.
DEFINITION OF HEART AND SOUL BABY THATS SOME HUSKER POWER 🤩🤪 https://t.co/2kID0EaZOM
— Sinclaire Miramontez (@sincmir) December 14, 2018
Tim Miles? Yeah, he’s in.
As is former Nebraska volleyball coach Terry Pettit.
And program great Jordan Larson.
Not a Nebraska Twitter roundup without this guy.
Devine Ozigbo may have put it best, however.
— Huncho ZIG⚡️ (@TrulyDevine_22) December 14, 2018
First serve for Nebraska-Stanford on Saturday night is set for 8 p.m. The match will be on ESPN2 and everyone above will be watching (presumably).