LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 23: Student fans of the Nebraska Cornhuskers celebrate a stop against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Memorial Stadium on September 23, 2017 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)The Iowa Hawkeyes and Nebraska Cornhuskers are renewing their rivalry today, as they battle at Kinnick Stadium.While the Hawkeyes were supposed to have home-field advantage in this matchup, an insane amount of Nebraska fans made the trip to support the team. It might be an away game for the Cornhuskers, but it certainly doesn’t look that way.All around Kinnick Stadium there are Nebraska supporters. Regardless of the program’s shortcomings this season, the fans wouldn’t miss another edition of this rivalry game.A lot of great times spent here in Kinnick Stadium. First time rooting for the visiting team. Go Huskers. pic.twitter.com/W4NOfzHfjR— Mike Mossbrucker (@mikemossbrucker) November 23, 2018Iowa most likely has more fans in attendance than Nebraska, yet that doesn’t diminish how impressive this showing is for the Cornhuskers.GAME DAY! Kinnick Stadium. Nebraska at Iowa. Kickoff: 11:00a.m. TV: FOX. pic.twitter.com/icXOz3GKBx— Ross Jernstrom WOWT (@RossJernstrom) November 23, 2018There are a LOT of Nebraska fans at Kinnick this morning.— LukeMeredith (@LukeMeredithAP) November 23, 2018Lots of Nebraska fans in the house today. Their Huskers are on the move.— Chad Leistikow (@ChadLeistikow) November 23, 2018Unfortunately for the Cornhuskers, the Hawkeyes have taken an early 14-10 lead. However, Nebraska is showing tons of resiliency on the road behind its freshman quarterback.With Nathan Stanley and Adrian Martinez off to great starts, this Big Ten finale could come down to the wire.The game is available on FOX.