"It was crazy!" Foster said. "It's real cool to have that many people in the stadium at one time and with the stadium expansion that Nebraska can continue the streak. The game was closer than I thought it might be."
Foster said that the Nebraska team is a bit of a work in progress from where he sat Saturday night. It's an inexperienced group that played against a veteran, dual-threat quarterback.
"It's just going to take some time for this team on both offense and defense to come together and get all of their people some experience. I am happy with where it's going. It's hard to face a good dual-threat quarterback in the first game."
The 2014 class will have a number of commitments that will be in attendance for most if not all of the home games in Lincoln. Foster will be one of those recruits and he sees a class coming together.
"I think that through all of these home games these seasons and the recruits showing up will make the team chemistry stronger. We are building relationships. I am happy where this class is going and we all get along."
Foster is one of the committed prospects that took the time to talk with the only official visitors this weekend, Rohan Blackwood.
"I talked to him before the tunnel walk a little bit, he had a smile on his face from ear to ear. I think he was having a good time and I hope he sees it as a program he wants to be part of they way we do."