19 famous Husker fans Aug 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save From billionaires to movie stars, check out these famous faces who love the Huskers. Penny from 'Big Bang Theory' She might not be a real person, but Penny from "The Big Bang Theory" is definitely a Husker fan. She even hosted a watch party. CBS Matt Damon Matt Damon set Twitter on fire when he came to visit UNL with his nephew, Husker hopeful Ishmail Jackson. Damon threw the bones with UNL students Lauren Larson (left) and Emily Kerl during the visit. COURTESY LAUREN LARSON Adam DeVine Adam DeVine, the star of Comedy Central's "Workaholics," is a huge Husker fan. Jordan Strauss/Invision Andy Roddick Tennis champ Andy Roddick, who was born in Omaha, frequently attends Husker football games. The Associated Press Clarence Thomas Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, a fan of the Big Red, wants to move closer to his beloved Huskers after retirement. Associated Press file photo Larry the Cable Guy Dan Whitney, aka "Larry the Cable Guy," threw out the first pitch before a Husker baseball game May 17 at Haymarket Park. TED KIRK/Lincoln Journal Star Gabrielle Union Gabrielle Union, a Husker fan and an actress, was born in Omaha. The Associated Press Tazz Former World Wrestling Federation wrestler Tazz (center) is a Husker fan. AP file photo Jack Sock Lincoln native Jack Sock (left) won Wimbeldon with his partner Vasek Pospisil of Canada. Sock is a huge Husker fan. SANG TAN/The Associated Press Rush Limbaugh Conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh is a Husker fan. AP file photo Ashley Graham Lincoln native and Sports Illustrated swimsuit cover model Ashley Graham waves to the crowd at Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016. MATT RYERSON, Journal Star file photo Terence 'Bud' Crawford Boxer Terence "Bud" Crawford spars during a workout in Omaha Aug. 16, 2017. Crawford has not been shy about his affinity for the Huskers. AP file photo Scott Porter Scott Porter, who starred on "Friday Night Lights" and "The Good Wife," was on the sidelines decked out in Husker gear during a game in 2007. TED KIRK Warren Buffett Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha, roots for his alma mater. The Associated Press Jack Hoffman Jack Hoffman became one of the most famous Husker fans after he ran for a touchdown in the annual Red-White Spring Game. MATT RYERSON/Lincoln Journal Star Chuck Lidell Retired MMA and UFC champion Chuck Lidell is a Husker fan. AP file photo Houston Alexander MMA star Houston Alexander is a Husker fan. AP file photo Dwyane Wade Dwyane Wade came to a Husker game (and visited the Lighthouse, shown here) on Sept. 5, 2015. At first he was unwilling to commit to Husker fandom, but later he was spotted wearing a Husker shirt. Journal Star file photo Dwyane Wade Dwyane Wade on the sideline before the Nebraska season opener against Akron on Saturday. CHRIS BASNETT, Journal Star Bill Murray Cornhusker Marching Band member Cameron Stussie (left) gets a selfie with actor Bill Murray on the sidelines before the Sept. 29, 2018, game against Purdue at Memorial Stadium. FRANCIS GARDLER, Journal Star file photo Tags Sweeps Huskers Fandom-sports As featured on Husker hoops extends offer to son of Dwyane Wade The Nebraska men's basketball team is hoping an intimate connection with an NBA star pays off on the recruiting trail. +4 What famous people have had to say about Husker football fans Nebraska football fans have been extolled nationally as loyal, fervent, knowledgeable, welcoming and sportsmanlike. +6 Storms steal Nebraska's thunder as season-opener against Akron is canceled Only Mother Nature could delay Adrian Martinez's first snap as Nebraska's starting quarterback. Facebook Twitter SMS Email Print Save Load comments Most Popular Dodge County employee fired for not signing agreement Duplex evacuated after basement fire in North Fremont Eldon K. Villwok Victoria M. Pensick City council approves brewery, open prayer before meeting View All Promotions promotion Become a Member and SAVE on your first month! promotion spotlight AP How much do you know about Halloween?