UCF football coach Scott Frost on Saturday shot down a report that he was nearing a seven-year, $35 million deal with his alma mater, Nebraska.

"That's just totally false," Frost said following No. 15 UCF's 45-19 win over Temple. "I haven't paid any attention to all of these whirlwind rumors and everything, and I'm not going to. I got an unbelievable team I'm coaching and I can promise you that no decision has been made."

A Bleacher Report tweet posted Friday night said that Frost, a former Huskers quarterback, was "close" to a deal to replace Mike Riley at Nebraska.

With his Knights standing at 10-0 and facing a chance to post the first undefeated regular season in school history, Frost's name has been linked to several openings.