Nebraska football vs current American Conference teams
It would appear the only reason that there aren’t more teams in the American conference that have only ever lost to Nebraska football is because the Huskers just haven’t played that many teams in this group. It’s worth pointing out that when the Cornhuskers have played an AAC team, they’ve won the game pretty handily.
Florida Atlantic: Dominance is certainly the name of the game when it comes to contests featuring Florida Atlantic. The Huskers first faced off against the then Sun Belt squad in 2009 and won that contest 49-7. They played again in 2014 and won by a larger margin, 55-7. Yes, that’s a 104-10 deficit.
UAB: The Huskers and the UAB Blazers met exactly once and it just happened to be the period of time when Nebraska football was at its strongest. That’s why it’s actually a bit surprising that the Cornhuskers only won 38-7. It seems as if this was one of those games where the Cornhuskers weren’t at their best but still romped.
Rice: In 2001, the Rice Owls and the Nebraska Cornhuskers squared off for the first and only time. NU absolutely destroyed the AAC team, 48-3 in a non-conference matchup that was meant to be the warmup it was.
North Texas: The former Sun Belt squad might have been nicknamed the Mean Green, but it was the Nebraska football team that was quite mean when the two teams met in September of 1993 and Tom Osborne’s squad emerged with a 76-14 win.