WATCH: Huskers LB Mo Barry explained how much it meant to ‘win for the fans'
Nebraska linebacker Mohamed Barry is a talkative one.
And, by that, we mean that in a good way. Barry expresses how he feels, and fans like to know that their players aren’t robots. They have minds of their own.
Against Colorado in Week 2, Nebraska laid a dud in the second half after leading 17-0 at halftime and ended up losing the game. For Week 3, the Huskers knew they had to get back on track against Northern Illinois.
And that they did, winning, 44-8. On Monday, Barry talked with the media and described the team’s feeling after losing to Colorado the way they did and then being able to bounce back in Week 3:
The soundbyte machine himself, Mo Barry, with the quote of the season so far about how the #Huskers wanted to rally for the fans after that tough loss at Colorado. @BarrySwavey pic.twitter.com/GkgYXh03Q7
— Adam Krueger (@AdamKruegerTV) September 15, 2019
Nebraska needed a win like that and Barry knows it. For Week 4, the Huskers will be traveling to take on Illinois on Saturday in what will be both teams’ Big Ten opener.
The game is slated to start at 8 p.m. ET and will be televised on BTN.