Matt Rhule has yet to coach his first regular-season game for the Nebraska Cornhuskers, but he's already making quite the impact in Lincoln.
The Huskers have been major players in the recruiting world since Rhule's arrival, nearly landing the No. 1 player in the country in Dylan Raiola. Raiola would eventually commit to Georgia, but Nebraska has been able to bring in several talented recruits.
The Huskers got some more good news on Saturday, as a three-star wide receiver announced his commitment to Nebraska.
Jacorey Barney, a wideout from Miami, chose Nebraska over both his hometown Hurricanes and the Texas A&M Aggies.
Rhule must have heard the good news, as he responded with a simple but familiar rallying cry for Nebraska fans.
"#GBR," Rhule tweeted on Saturday evening, along with a shrug emoji and a fire emoji. GBR stands for "Go Big Red," a longtime Nebraska chant among fans.
Rhule has been successful in recruiting, but he's got his work cut out for him in the Big Ten when it comes to making it work on the field.
The conference has been dominated by the big two of Ohio State and Michigan in recent years, and only a few schools have even come close to disrupting that duopoly.
If Rhule can continue to recruit well, he can put Nebraska back in that conversation for the first time in over a decade.