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January 3, 2010 | By Richard Abowitz
As a co-founder of VegasHotSpots.com in 2001, Scott Frost watched and participated in the Vegas nightclub boom. His site pioneered sales of online hosting, selling everything from limo service to front-of-the-line treatment at the Strip's hot nightclubs. "We called it a destination planner," says Frost, 43. "I backed into it. I am a technology person by trade." At the time, there were just a handful of nightclubs on the Strip and the site had few competitors online. But Frost's timing was impeccable and his business rode the wave as hot clubs opened, including clients such as Pure at Caesars Palace and Tao at the Venetian.
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January 3, 2010 | By Richard Abowitz
As a co-founder of VegasHotSpots.com in 2001, Scott Frost watched and participated in the Vegas nightclub boom. His site pioneered sales of online hosting, selling everything from limo service to front-of-the-line treatment at the Strip's hot nightclubs. "We called it a destination planner," says Frost, 43. "I backed into it. I am a technology person by trade." At the time, there were just a handful of nightclubs on the Strip and the site had few competitors online. But Frost's timing was impeccable and his business rode the wave as hot clubs opened, including clients such as Pure at Caesars Palace and Tao at the Venetian.
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November 6, 1994 | From Associated Press
Its passing game deflated by the loss of quarterback Steve Stenstrom, Stanford turned to the run and came away with a 46-28 upset of 12th-ranked Washington on Saturday night. Playing on a field soaked by rain, backup quarterback Scott Frost led three second-half scoring drives and confounded Washington's defense with his running, gaining 88 yards in 11 carries, including a 10-yard touchdown.
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January 10, 1998 | From Associated Press
The rest of his teammates had long since departed and workers were folding chairs around him, but a long line of fans still awaited an autograph or a handshake from Scott Frost. Frost, who ran for three touchdowns as Nebraska completed an undefeated season with a 42-17 win over Tennessee in last week's Orange Bowl, was the center of attention in the buildup to today's East-West Shrine game. His heroic welcome was a stark contrast to the last time Frost was on the Stanford campus.
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January 2, 1998 | MIKE PENNER
Site: Pro Player Stadium, Miami. Series history: First meeting. Bowl records: Nebraska 17-18, Tennessee 21-16. How teams got there: Nebraska completed its third undefeated regular season in the last four with a 54-15 victory over Texas A&M in the Big 12 Conference championship game. Tennessee beat Auburn in the Southeastern Conference title game, 30-29. The game: Nebraska led the nation in total offense (513.7 yards per game) and scoring (47.1).
SPORTS
January 10, 1998 | From Associated Press
The rest of his teammates had long since departed and workers were folding chairs around him, but a long line of fans still awaited an autograph or a handshake from Scott Frost. Frost, who ran for three touchdowns as Nebraska completed an undefeated season with a 42-17 win over Tennessee in last week's Orange Bowl, was the center of attention in the buildup to today's East-West Shrine game. His heroic welcome was a stark contrast to the last time Frost was on the Stanford campus.
SPORTS
September 21, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With a maligned quarterback who was all but perfect at the helm of an overpowering option attack, Nebraska brought a killing Frost to Washington's national championship hopes Saturday at Husky Stadium. Booed by some of Nebraska fans a week ago, Scott Frost ran for 97 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 88 more yards as the No. 7 Cornhuskers ran over No. 2 Washington, 27-14, in front of 74,023 fans--a sizable contingent of them wearing red.
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December 7, 1997 | Associated Press
Nebraska made Texas A&M pay for the Cornhuskers' collapse last year in the Big 12 Conference championship game. Still stinging from a 37-27 ambush by Texas last year, the second-ranked Cornhuskers struck early and often behind Scott Frost, Ahman Green, and kicker Kris Brown to overwhelm 14th-ranked Texas A&M, 54-15, Saturday and keep their national title hopes alive. The win sends Nebraska (12-0) to the Orange Bowl against either No. 3 Tennessee, which needed a win over No.
SPORTS
December 30, 1997 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Nebraska high court of big red boosters, alumni and assorted need-to-get-a-lifers has spoken, and quarterback Scott Frost has been found guilty on all charges. Guilty of treason--for growing up in a proper Cornhusker household (Dad played halfback for Bob Devaney, Mom was a collegiate discus champion) and thus being schooled in all things good, holy and 'Husker; then graduating from Wood River High as a two-time All-Nebraska prep quarterback, predestined for greatness at Lincoln; then signing a letter of intent to play at--of all the God-forsaken pagan outposts--Stan-ferd.
SPORTS
October 23, 1998 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
Hey, Missouri, wasn't last year's game a kick? Nearly a year after Nebraska parlayed a once-in-a-century miracle play into a share of the national title, the schools reunite in Lincoln. If Nebraska wanted to further rile Missouri, the Cornhuskers would come out for warmups wearing soccer uniforms. Backdrop: Leading, 38-31, last Nov. 8 in Columbia, Missouri appeared headed for a major upset.
SPORTS
January 2, 1998 | MIKE PENNER
Site: Pro Player Stadium, Miami. Series history: First meeting. Bowl records: Nebraska 17-18, Tennessee 21-16. How teams got there: Nebraska completed its third undefeated regular season in the last four with a 54-15 victory over Texas A&M in the Big 12 Conference championship game. Tennessee beat Auburn in the Southeastern Conference title game, 30-29. The game: Nebraska led the nation in total offense (513.7 yards per game) and scoring (47.1).
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December 30, 1997 | MIKE PENNER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Nebraska high court of big red boosters, alumni and assorted need-to-get-a-lifers has spoken, and quarterback Scott Frost has been found guilty on all charges. Guilty of treason--for growing up in a proper Cornhusker household (Dad played halfback for Bob Devaney, Mom was a collegiate discus champion) and thus being schooled in all things good, holy and 'Husker; then graduating from Wood River High as a two-time All-Nebraska prep quarterback, predestined for greatness at Lincoln; then signing a letter of intent to play at--of all the God-forsaken pagan outposts--Stan-ferd.
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December 7, 1997 | Associated Press
Nebraska made Texas A&M pay for the Cornhuskers' collapse last year in the Big 12 Conference championship game. Still stinging from a 37-27 ambush by Texas last year, the second-ranked Cornhuskers struck early and often behind Scott Frost, Ahman Green, and kicker Kris Brown to overwhelm 14th-ranked Texas A&M, 54-15, Saturday and keep their national title hopes alive. The win sends Nebraska (12-0) to the Orange Bowl against either No. 3 Tennessee, which needed a win over No.
SPORTS
September 21, 1997 | ROBYN NORWOOD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With a maligned quarterback who was all but perfect at the helm of an overpowering option attack, Nebraska brought a killing Frost to Washington's national championship hopes Saturday at Husky Stadium. Booed by some of Nebraska fans a week ago, Scott Frost ran for 97 yards and two touchdowns and passed for 88 more yards as the No. 7 Cornhuskers ran over No. 2 Washington, 27-14, in front of 74,023 fans--a sizable contingent of them wearing red.
SPORTS
November 6, 1994 | From Associated Press
Its passing game deflated by the loss of quarterback Steve Stenstrom, Stanford turned to the run and came away with a 46-28 upset of 12th-ranked Washington on Saturday night. Playing on a field soaked by rain, backup quarterback Scott Frost led three second-half scoring drives and confounded Washington's defense with his running, gaining 88 yards in 11 carries, including a 10-yard touchdown.
SPORTS
January 1, 1998 | MIKE PENNER
Quarterback Scott Frost continues to be Nebraska's most adamant lobbyist in the debate over which undefeated team deserves the national championship--Michigan or Nebraska. "If we go 13-0 and [do not get] at least a share of the national title, I think it's a real crime," said Frost, whose 12-0 Cornhuskers play Tennessee in Friday night's Orange Bowl. "We've done everything that you have to and are supposed to do to win a national championship if we win this game.
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September 17, 1986
A 6-year-old Irvine boy has become the 19th drowning victim in Orange County this year, surpassing a record set only 10 days ago, authorities said. Adam Scott Frost was pronounced dead on arrival at Western Medical Center in Santa Ana shortly after 4 p.m. Monday after efforts to revive him had failed, Irvine Police Sgt. Bob Lennert said. Police said the boy was playing at the Irvine home of a schoolmate when the drowning occurred in a backyard swimming pool.
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