Relive the top ten best tweets from Nebraska’s 31-16 victory over Illinois.
The real reason they wanted to come. #huskers pic.twitter.com/MksrHv8puh
— Josh Fochek (@papiofo) October 1, 2016
Come for the ice cream. Stay for the Huskers.
There’s no place like Nebraska ❤️ #GoBigRed #Huskers @HuskerFBNation @Huskers @Coach_Riley pic.twitter.com/VZdOxDr7NE
— Alexis Dragon (@AlexisRenaee_) October 1, 2016
STUDENT SECTION IS LIT
— Keyshawn Jr. (@keyshawnnnn) October 1, 2016
That’s a fun way to experience a game for a recruit.
Best college football atmosphere I’ve ever been in by far!! Best fans in college football! #GBR
— Brenden Jaimes (@BrendenJaimes) October 1, 2016
And there you go. No place like it.
Thank you #HuskerNation for the warm response when announcing my son. We love you!!!! BEST FANS IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL!!!! #GBR
— Michael A. Rose (@marosekcmo) October 1, 2016
Awesome to see.
I’ve had relationships last less time than this #Huskers drive.
— Michael Bruntz (@michaelbruntz) October 1, 2016
That drive was particularly long. This tweet summed it up.
My cellphone contract literally ran out during that last offensive drive.
— Kelly Mosier (@kmosier42) October 1, 2016
That actually happened though.
More than a game #SF27 pic.twitter.com/h381CDcoDB
— Illinois Football EQ (@ILLequipment) October 1, 2016
It really is more than a game. A lot of respect for Illinois.
Thankyou to the Illinois football team for doing this, shows that it is much more than a game, nothing but respect! Good luck this year! pic.twitter.com/ZDlbImLqUP
— Drew Brown (@Drewdbrown34) October 1, 2016
It’s clear this gesture meant a lot to the Huskers. Very cool.
Appreciate this @IlliniFootball.
The college football family is amazing.#SF27 #forever2seven pic.twitter.com/I66QWuPFt2
— Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) October 1, 2016
College football really is special. Nothing like it.
Erin is the Deputy Editor and Digital Marketing Strategist for Hail Varsity. She has covered Nebraska athletics since 2012, which has included stops at Bleacher Report, Cox Media Group’s Land of 10, and even Hail Varsity (previously from 2012-2017). She has also been featured on the Big Ten Network, NET’s Big Red Wrap-Up, and a varsity of radio shows nationwide. When not covering the Huskers, Erin is probably at Chipotle.