Nebraska Fans Are Raving About The Hype Video Scott Frost Just Dropped

first_img pic.twitter.com/8ur3NPcmxX— HuzkerDan (@HuzkerDan) June 20, 2019BRB, gonna go run through a brick wall— Ben Spiegel (@bspiegel16) June 20, 2019Frost is heading into his second year with the team following a very disappointing 4-8 campaign last season.Though the team started the season 0-6, they recovered by winning four of their last six, including two very close losses to Ohio State and Iowa.Nebraska will have the benefit of an experienced starting quarterback in Adrian Martinez, as well as two of his top three receivers from last year.The fan base is certainly excited for the coming season. We’ll have to wait and see if Frost’s message translates onto the field. Scott Frost wears a Nebraska hat coaching against Michigan State.LINCOLN, NE – NOVEMBER 17: Head coach Scott Frost of the Nebraska Cornhuskers during pregame activities before the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Memorial Stadium on November 17, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Scott Frost’s first year at the helm for Nebraska certainly didn’t go the way he expected. But if the hype video he dropped on Thursday is any indication, any struggles they may have next season won’t be for a lack of preparation.Frost’s video showed the Nebraska team working out on the beach while Frost’s booming voice warns them against cutting corners. The exercises included intense endurance training on the sand and in the water.The reaction from fans and former players to the video was intense, with just about all of the commenters unable to contain their excitement. One of the common themes was that they would be willing to run through a brick wall for Frost. pic.twitter.com/GS9yKzGgWt— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) June 20, 2019last_img read more

SMMT International Automotive Summit – companies share their ambitions for low carbon

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has released details for the session Investing in Innovation at its fourth SMMT International Automotive Summit, to be held at Clifford Chance, Canary Wharf, on the 12 June, and forms part of the day-long Innovation in Ultra-Low Carbon Technology stream, supported by EDF Energy.Positive news from the last Budget saw the government confirm detail for its previously announced R&D tax credit reform, providing private companies and foreign investors with added incentive to invest in UK automotive R&D, boosting high-skilled jobs and cementing the UK’s global lead in low carbon innovation.In the session Investing in innovation John Leech, Automotive Partner, KMPG LLP, will explain how tax incentives, like the above the line credits for R&D, can boost inward investment and aid decision-making. He will also express how other incentives have sustained investment in UK R&D, and continue to support engineering excellence and create thousands of highly skilled jobs.John Leech will go on to discuss the need for a strong industrial policy and look long-term at how the government and industry can raise the UK’s global competitiveness.Tony Harper, Head of Research and Advanced System Engineering, Jaguar Land Rover, will describe why the company chooses to make substantial and continued investment in plant, jobs and the manufacturing of a host of advanced new UK-built models. He will also outline what JLR perceives to be ideal conditions for investment going forward.Meanwhile, Toby Peters, CEO, Dearman Engine Company, will highlight the challenges of obtaining funding for its ultra-low carbon and zero-emission technologies projects with Ricardo that do not benefit from government support and incentives.To discuss advertising, exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, please contact 0808 178 8818 or summit@smmt.co.uk.The event will be held alongside the Canary Wharf Motorexpo, which runs from 11-17 June. To find out more about this year’s Summit, click here.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more