Nebraska fans gather out side Notre Dame stadium with touchdown Jesus in the Background. by Randy Hampton 00NDRH01 NU vs Notre Dame
9/8/2001 This mural of Jesus dominates the Notre Dame campus and seems to loom over the Irish stadium. Because Jesus' hands are raised, the image has been nicknamed "Touchdown Jesus."
Game Day Town. Barry's Bar & Grill "Outback" was jam-packed with people during the game. Business was good enough that bouncers had to keep people from entering until others left. "We've got to have one come out before we can let one in," bouncer Jack Lonowski told fan after fan. ljshfb ljshfbhg ljshusk
10/26/2001 The Outback connected to Barry's Bar & Grill is jam-packed with football fans. Barry's is among the Lincoln establishments known for its big crowds on game days.
NU/Baylor. Husker football. Fan did whatever they could to stay dry during the first half of the Baylor Nebraska game in Waco, TX.
10/14/2001 As some of the fans at Floyd Casey Stadium were taking cover, the Huskers were running up and down the field, to the second-best rushing day in school history. NU vs Baylor in Husker football ljshusk ljshfb ljshfbag
Husker's Keyuo Carver,(L) sits in the basement of football fan and shrine maker Francis Peter along with the Bridget (dog) in full uniform at 1912 N. 60th on Wednesday, July 18, 2001.
8/19/2001 NU's Keyuo Craver visits with fan Francis Peters in Peters' basement, which is full of Husker memorabilia. Peters has buttons throughout the house that you can push to hear "There Is No Place Like Nebraska." The Husker tunes are always a hit with Peters' dog, Bridget. "She barks when I play the Big Red song," he said.
Nebraska football fans wait in lines for autographs and pictures during NU Photo Day at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, August 18, 2001.
8/19/2001 Nebraska football fans wait in long lines for autographs and pictures during Photo Day on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Jim Wilson,L, traveled from San Antonio, Texas to attend a Husker football game and pay for a few hotdogs from vendor Michael Clark on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2001.
8/26/2001 Jim Wilson (left) traveled from San Antonio to root for the Huskers and buy a few hot dogs from vendor Michael Clark.
For Husker football tab, Nebraska fan Denny Wullenwaber of Seward with Husker punter Kyle Larson. Check Wullenwaber spelling
8/19/2001 Punter Kyle Larson and Husker fan Denny Wullenwaber of Seward kick back in the back of Wullenwaber's red pickup truck. "When I was a little kid, I used to listen to Lyell Bremser and play football in the backyard," Wullenwaber said. "My schoolboy idol was Tony Davis."
Game Day Players Post Game. Husker junior tight end Kyle Ringenberg responded to all his autograph requests outside of Memorial Stadium Saturday night after the game despite being "a little tender." NU vs Texas Tech in Husker football ljshfb ljshfbhg ljshusk
10/26/2001 Husker junior tight end Kyle Ringenberg responded to all his autograph requests outside of Memorial Stadium on Saturday night despite being "a little tender."