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Cornhuskers React: Sarah Fuller, Virgnia, & Fan Confidence Down

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Welcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Nebraska Cornhuskers fans, and fans across the country. Sign up here to join Reacts.

The first national question this week was what the best football moment of the weekend was. Apparently only 36 percent of fans though Sarah Fuller being the first female Power Five football player to take the field in a game was the winner.

The other results included 35 percent picking Oregon State’s win over Oregon, 25 percent chose Iowa State’s comeback, and just four percent voted for the Egg Bowl.

The second question asked what was the biggest basketball surprise so far, and the biggest vote getter by a ten-point margin was Virginia’s loss to San Francisco (anyone else happy they pulled out of the Golden Window Classic?). After that, Kentucky’s (first) loss received 33 percent, Gonzaga dominating Kansas earned 13 percent, Samford scoring 174 points in a game received 6 percent, and Josh Langford’s return to the court finally at Michigan State this season received 4 percent.

Husker fan confidence in football dropped three percent this week to exactly 50 percent following the loss to Iowa. That’s down 42 points from the season high of 92 percent in “Week Two,” which is not to be confused as the actual week two of the Big Ten schedule.

Following a 3-1 start to the season, fan confidence in hoops is down two percent to 92 this week after opening wins over McNeese State and North Dakota State, but a loss to Nevada.

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