So you've always wanted to know what life was like inside Nebraska's locker room and on the field for a football game.
Dan Whitney, a.k.a. Larry the Cable Guy, is no exception, and he was in his element last Saturday night as a guest coach for Nebraska's historic 300th consecutive sellout at Memorial Stadium.
Although he moved this season from his North Stadium skybox suite to another suite that overlooks the visiting team's fans in the West Stadium, Larry the Cable Guy was only too willing to eat with the team, ride with the team, listen to the pre-game, halftime and post-game speech, participate in the Tunnel Walk and pretend like he had a meaningful role in Nebraska's 55-0 win over Louisiana-Lafayette.
Press the button above and spend a few short minutes with Larry the Cable Guy on the sidelines.
Hopefully, you'll have as much fun watching him as he did watching the Huskers.
Later this week, make sure you join 1972 Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Rodgers, the other guest coach for Nebraska on Saturday. Johnny the Jet also agreed to "mic up" with Huskers.com.
You'll find that even though Rodgers once graced the same field, a guest coaching experience never gets old for him either.