To say that Nebraska is fired up for the beginning of the Scott Frost era would be a gross understatement.
Husker fans are beyond hyped to watch their new, homegrown coach back in the red and white.
That much is clear based on the fact that Nebraska officially sold out its spring game in less than 48 hours:
You guys aren't messing around.
The Spring Game is SOLD OUT. pic.twitter.com/Is7fiQY0lI
— Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) February 7, 2018
That report came a day after the Huskers were reportedly at roughly 60,000 tickets sold. Nebraska’s spring game is set for April 21, which means it’s still roughly two and a half months away.
Already, though, it appears inevitable that Memorial Stadium will either lead the country or come very close to leading the country in spring game attendance.
In 2017, the Huskers finished second only to Ohio State with 78,312 fans. If it’s a true sellout, Nebraska will easily reach 90,000 fans.
Needless to say, the Frost hype is outweighing the frustration of a 4-win season in 2017.