However, overcoming adversity is something that starting tight end Connor Ketter has some experience with during his Husker career.
The scoreboard isn't the only reflection of Nebraska's poor starts.
"[The completion to Blake] got me into a rhythm, for sure", Santacaterina said. "I had some injuries along the way that made it rough, but I fought through them". Things started to turn when they got 17 back on us, but there was never a panic in the defense. "[Defense] got us out to a 14-0 lead, and we really fed off that energy". "You get put on a pedestal and you've got to live up to it".
Nebraska is 5-0 all-time against the MAC, and the Big Ten is 280-51-2, according to the sports records website mcubed.net.
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A skilled blocker, Ketter often helps pave the way for the Huskers' running backs to pick up yardage and move the chains. He said he planned to have his defensive line coach, Brett Diersen, prep the team and coaching staff. Diersen was a Nebraska coaching intern under Bo Pelini from 2008-10. Lee scored two plays later from the 4 with 8:05 left in the third quarter.
"There are a lot of guys that come through", Ketter said. The Huskers, who were just 2 of 14 on third-down conversions last week, were 6 of 19 against NIU - but twice they dropped passes that would have produced first downs. In the season opener, Nebraska came away with a 43-36 victory at home against Arkansas State that failed to inspire much confidence in the Huskers out of the gates.
Riley said at his weekly news conference Monday.
Where do they go from here?
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Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst is not happy about the Cornhuskers' 21-17 loss to Northern Illinois Saturday.
Eichorst still expressed faith in coach Mike Riley, who received a contract extension during the week. That's not even probably accurate.
Inconsistent might be an understatement.
While the Nebraska's offense was stagnant, Northern Illinois' wasn't great either. However, a miserable day by the offense more than offset that improvement by the Blackshirts. We knew we were just fine, we were in the game, we were going to go win. "I can only speak offensively since I'm only on the offensive side". After that I think we were pressing a little bit. Shawun Lurry intercepted Nebraska quarterback Tanner Lee on the seventh-play of a promising opening drive for the Huskers, and returned it 87 yards to give NIU a 7-0 lead.
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"I'm angry, I'm frustrated, I'm disappointed", Eichorst said following Saturday's game, via ESPN. "That was a tough way to start a game, but you've got to think that we are able to drive the ball and put it behind us".
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