It could be locker room division, but it also could be that Nebraska expected the Huskies to just roll over like they had in their previous two meetings. UW came out to play, and they simply wanted it more. I realize that plays right into "locker room division" on the Huskers end, but the Huskies played fantastic on the defensive side of the ball, holding NEB to under 100 yards passing and 100 yards rushing for a total of 189. Pretty impressive considering Nebraska came into this game averaging just 2 yards under 400 per game. I'm sure there was some tension in the NU locker room that played a roll though, it's not like UW became a power in the last 3 weeks.