The Nebraska Cornhuskers won their home opener on Sept. 4, scoring a 52-7 win over Fordham at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Matthew Postins of the College Football America Yearbook staff covered the game. His photo gallery is on our Facebook page and photos of the game could end up in the 2022 edition of the Yearbook. The photos may also be used by the American Football Coaches Association for its web site, social media and publications.
The Huskers (1-0) had their NCAA-record 376th consecutive home sellout.
Samori Toure had the big game for Nebraska, as he caught eight passes for 133 yards, while rushing for 35 yards and a touchdown. Austin Allen, a tight end, caught four passes for 61 yards, while Omar Manning caught three passes for 54 yards.
Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez threw for 254 yards and one touchdown, and rushed for 33 yards and two more touchdowns as Nebraska had more than 300 yards in rushing and passing for the game.
Samori Toure pitched in a big game for Nebraska with eight receptions for 133 yards, while adding three carries for 35 yards including a touchdown run. Tight end Austin Allen hauled in four catches for 61 yards, while Omar Manning had three receptions for 54 yards.
Fordham had a huge highlight in the game as senior linebacker Ryan Greenhagen set a Patriot League record and tied an NCAA Division I record with 30 total tackles against the Cornhuskers.
Nebraska faces Buffalo on Saturday, Sept. 11, while Fordham faces Monmouth (NJ) on Saturday, Sept. 11.
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