On tv we could hear some cheering as the teams would have been leaving and my son asked if Nebraska was cheering for us. I couldn't tell but then I saw the team singing the fight song in front of our fans so I don't know.
Whether you think you can or think you can't;
you are right. Henry Ford
The times I have been to Lincoln, the Husker fans were pretty respectful. Never had any problems. The only time I have had issues with them is in Ames. I think most of the D-bag Husker fans live in Iowa and never have the chance to see a game in Lincoln.
"Bring it all to the table. Don't hold nothin' back," he said. "I want you. I want the ball. I want your head. I throw my body into 'em and hit them." - #23 Leonard Johnson
Not sure about cheering for ISU, but they definitely booed their own. Some of my favorite quotes from the classiest fans in America at huskerboard.com:
Booing doesn't make you a bad fan, it just means you care passionately and expect to see a good effort. Why not hold our team to a higher standard? Should we just sit back and accept the fact that were heading for the bottom of the big 12 like Iowa St and K St were for so many years. Booing is one of the only ways we have as fans to voice our displeasure.
I don't condone booing at all but this time the team deserves it.
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