Markese Stepp helped the Huskers establish a strong running game in the home opener. He also said he's "never" seen a fan base like Nebraska.
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After a slow start, the Huskers get a spark from an unpredictable place and roll to a home-opening win against Fordham at Memorial Stadium.
Trev Alberts says the initiative was "awesome" and "bigger than anticipated" as NU donors give many fans a memorable experience Saturday.
Several minutes into his postgame conference, Scott Frost (finally) cracked a smile. It was in response to fans returning to Memorial Stadium.
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