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Cornhuskers React: The Return of Game Day Activities

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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.


National Voting Results

The poll this week was a short one. With the return of fans to college football venues this fall, participants were asked to weigh in on what they are most excited about. Frankly, the majority went to an answer I would think is self-evident even for 2020 and thus was a lame choice to make. But then again that’s not how democratic (little “d” democratic, not the political party kind as we’re not talking that here) voting works.

Here are the votes broken down by percentages:

  1. On-field action: 58%
  2. Crowd noise: 22%
  3. Tailgating: 17%
  4. Gambling: 2%

Big Ten Results

This is from the last poll, but still feels relevant given the annual media poll came out this past week ahead of the 2021 Big Ten Football Media Days.

The full breakdown is:

  1. Ohio State (161 votes) - 73.85%
  2. Iowa (13 votes) - 5.96%
  3. Wisconsin (11 votes) - 5.05%
  4. Michigan (10 votes) - 4.59%
  5. Minnesota (6 votes) - 2.75%
  6. Purdue (6 votes) - 2.75%
  7. Penn State (4 votes) - 1.83%
  8. Indiana (3 votes) - 1.38%
  9. Maryland (2 votes) - 0.92%
  10. Michigan State (2 votes) - 0.92%
  11. Nebraska (1 votes) - 0.46%
  12. Northwestern (1 votes) - 0.46%
  13. Illinois - 0.00%
  14. Rutgers - 0.00%

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