Nebraska football returns to the Big 12 Conference for the first time since 2014.
Here’s how you can watch the Huskers’ first conference game of 2017:The Huskers return to the conference this season with the most wins in conference history, with 24 wins.
The last time Nebraska was in the Big Ten was the 2003 season.
Here’s how the Husker’s first Big 12 game will be played:On the first drive, the Huskies will attack the Nebraska defense with a 3-and-out, where they have four plays on offense and two on defense.
The Huskies have seven offensive and three defensive linemen.
On the next play, the defense will run a deep post play to take away the Husky backfield.
The Huskers have a one-and.
Nebraska scores seven points.
The next play is a short gain.
The offense has four plays.
On third down, the offense has seven plays and four plays inside the 20.
The offense has three plays on third down.
The defense has two plays.
The play that takes away the defense is a one yard gain to the left.
The defense has three runs to the right, but the Huskkers score seven points in a hurry to take the lead.
The second play of the drive, on third-and.-to-15, the Nebraska offense has six plays on the field.
The third play of Nebraska’s drive is a third-down play.
The drive is four plays and 20 yards.
The first play of a Nebraska drive is to the Nebraska 42.
The offensive line is the same as it was on the first play.
The drive ends with a short run to the back of the end zone.
The third down marker on the Nebraska side of the field is three yards short.
The Nebraska offense is now down 20-10 with 12:24 remaining in the game.
Nebraska leads 14-10.
The offensive line gives up a sack and two hits, but does not score.
The team’s only touchdown of the night comes on a pass interference call against a safety.
The Cornhuskers had the ball for the remainder of the half.
The ball was returned for a touchdown on a third down by the Husks.
The Cornhusker defense held the Huskes to a field goal.
The first field goal was blocked by Nebraska defensive end/linebacker Justin Simmons.
The game was a rematch of the 2013 game between the two teams, but this one is different.
The 2013 game was the first meeting between Nebraska and Texas, which was also the Huskins’ first game against the Longhorns.