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All Purdue vs. Nebraska Football tickets purchased on Friday 10/31 and Saturday 11/1 can be picked up at our Omaha office until 10:30 AM Saturday or at our last minute pickup location right by the stadium in Lincoln. Please use a valid cell phone number on your order so we can contact on on Saturday morning and verify your pickup preference. Tickets WILL NOT be left at the stadium will call.
Why Buy Nebraska Football Tickets!
The Nebraska Cornhuskers football team is poised to have a strong 2014 Season. If you are going to be in or near the fine city of Lincoln anytime in the fall, your best move is to get your hands on your Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Tickets before they sell out.
Those that have not been to Memorial Stadium to see a football game in person will be absolutely thrilled by the incredibly positive and upbeat environment and the innate sense of unity among Husker fans. On any given game day the stadium is coated in red and white clothing, and the love that the fans and the surrounding area have for the team is clear to see. The history of the Cornhusker football team actually dates back to the late-19th century, and many relics of past decades are on display in various parts of the facility.
The 2014 Husker team should be led by QB Tommy Armstrong. The fact that Senior Ameer Abdullah came back for his Senior season was joy to the ears of all Husker fans. Abdullah gained 1,690 yards and scored nine times last year. The Huskers have some other promising players in 2014. Junior Imani Cross had 447 yards and 10 TDs. Senior Kenny Bell is on pace to set Nebraska career records for receptions and yards after catching 52 passes in 2013. The defensive line is a definitive strength for the Huskers. Defensive End Randy Gregory led the Big Ten with 10.5 sacks in 2013 and was all-league first team. The 2014 Husker Football team could surprise some people. Get your 2014 Nebraska Cornhuskers football tickets now!
8/22/2014: Currently, the average price for Nebraska football tickets is $138. The most expensive game on the Nebraska football schedule is September 20th when they host the Miami Hurricanes. For that matchup, the average price for Husker tickets is $357. Looking for a cheaper game on the Husker schedule? Your best bet is to grab Nebraska Cornhuskers football tickets for the September 6th game against McNeese State or the first Husker game of the season on August 30th against Florida Atlantic. We also have Husker tickets starting Under Face Value for Husker games against Florida Atlantic, McNeese St, Rutgers, and Purdue.
Week 10: Tailgating Train as Nebraska Cornhuskers take on Purdue Boilermakers
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