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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | October 24, 2015

Nebraska honors 1995 Cornhuskers with awesome Tunnel Walk entrance

Nebraska fans will be quick to tell you that the 1995 Cornhuskers national championship team is the best college football team ever assembled.

The team was led by quarterback Tommie Frasier, featured one of the best defensive units that has played the game and completely dominated Florida in the 1996 Fiesta Bowl.

Members from the 1995 team reunited at Saturday's game against Northwestern and took part in the program's storied tradition of the pregame Tunnel Walk. Former safety and team captain Tony Veland introduced the team with an incredible video before his teammates marched out in front of the 90,000 fans at Memorial Stadium.

Check it out and try not to have chills:

Now that is how you honor a legendary team in Lincoln.

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