Nebraska small college teams push on with football
THEO BLUM: It's a time like no other. I think everyone here is just so grateful, because me, going into my senior season, I know there's hundreds of thousands of people all across the country that aren't getting to play. And, you know, that's kind of been a model for us this year. Start now. You know, every day's a blessing to be able to play, because I think it's down to, like, the hundreds of teams.
JEFF JAMROG: Getting to-go boxes for our lunch or sitting two at a table, but at least six feet apart, having a partition over there in the cafeteria meeting room spread out. We always have our mask on when we're in our meetings, and just doing, like I said, everything we can to control it. If we can get more support, maybe game day come out here and come to Fremont. No, I'm just kidding. But, uh-- not really. But it would be fun to get a great crowd and potentially turn people down. And hopefully, we play some great football that people want to come out every week and watch us, and maybe drive up from Lincoln and come watch the Midland Warriors play.
AUSTIN HARRIS: There's a lot of NE high schools around here that are gonna be playing. So those Nebraska fans, they can all come and support us.