One Year Later Penn State to Memorial Stadium
Respect still resonates with Penn State fans now living in Husker nation. Video by kmtv.comvideo
This is the image of Huskers, versus the Nittany Lions so many remember. Foes on the field united on their knees.
That respect still resonates with Penn State fans now living in Husker nation.
"That was a very emotional, time for everybody given the circumstances that we were faced with, Nebraska showed a lot of class."
Sandy Pollack is a Nittany Lion through and through, even after 20 years in Lincoln.
A Penn State alumni, Pollack felt the pain one year ago.
"The Penn State Alumns are, it goes really deep into their blood. But, we're moving forward."
But not forgetting. A national sports magazine headlines the anniversary and a court date this week for another Penn State leaser.
The actions of a few men at the top tainted a proud tradition.
"You know Penn State is a whole, and you know how they've handled the situation it's a, toughest situation that you can possibly imagine and I think they've done a phenomenal job of managing it and overcoming it."
One year later, the two teams will face again. This time at Memorial Stadium.
"I'm a Pennsylvania native though so, a couple of my buddies play for Penn State so. It's kind of mixed feelings for you? Yeah lots of mixed feelings."
The scandal, not forgotten, but the focus now is on football.
"I'm expecting to see a hard fought game, there'll be lot of Penn Staters, we travel very well. Let's get it on!"
"The talk I've heard is we're gonna win it's gonna be an interesting game."