first_imgNebraska fans celebrate during game.LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 23: Student fans of the Nebraska Cornhuskers celebrate a stop against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Memorial Stadium on September 23, 2017 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Nebraska, still looking for its first win of the season, has a road game on Saturday against Northwestern. But it looks like the Cornhuskers will have a good amount of support regardless.Fans in attendance at Ryan Field have been tweeting for hours about how much support Nebraska has had in the stadium. Some have even posted photos of all the red in the stands.It’s tough to see for Northwestern fans – especially since the Cornhuskers are off to an 0-5 start in Scott Frost’s first campaign. That said, Nebraska fans have always traveled well.Take a look at the reactions on social media to Nebraska’s fans taking over the stadium.Homecoming game vs Nebraska?And yes as of now it looks like a Nebraska home game #AtMedill pic.twitter.com/ruAltMMccI— Andre LaVista Toran (@AndreToran) October 13, 2018Nebraska: Chicago’s Big Ten team. pic.twitter.com/FlB8JEo3q4— Erin Sorensen (@erinsorensen) October 13, 2018There are more Nebraska fans than Northwestern fans at Ryan Field, and it isn’t close.— Inside NU (@insidenu) October 13, 2018Nebraska almost certain to outnumber NW fans today. It’s not real close 7 minutes before kickoff.— Sam McKewon (@swmckewonOWH) October 13, 2018Nebraska lost last week at Wisconsin, but their schedule gets easier moving forward. Kirk Herbstreit thinks they could even wind up in a bowl game.Earlier in the day, Nebraska fans got some good news about a transfer quarterback.Nebraska and Northwestern kick off at Noon ET. Northwestern is favored, but the Cornhuskers have all the motivation in the world to get their first win of the year.last_img

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