New Orleans Native Moore Says Nebraska is ‘Like a Family’
Hurricane Katrina forced Terrence Moore to live one year in Texas before returning to New Orleans.
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Terrence Moore is a native of New Orleans and like another former Husker defensive lineman from "The Big Easy", he knows how to mix the old with the new.

Just like Neil Smith, the former Husker All-American and former NFL All-Pro defensive end, Moore played at McDonogh 35 High School in New Orleans, where he earned first-team all-metro and all-district honors as well as strong recruiting interest from a number of schools, including Alabama.

Smith and Moore both like to eat and both prefer the unique fare from their native Louisiana. They also agree on the No. 1 strength of living and playing in Lincoln.

"It's like a family here," Moore said, acknowledging that Nebraska's "amazing tradition" and playing for a "fiery" head coach makes the experience all the more worthwhile.

Now a sophomore defensive tackle, Moore is battling Jared Crick for the starting defensive tackle spot opposite Ndamukong Suh,

This week, Moore took some time with to share some of his personal preferences on our new video series, "Quick Hits."

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