Nebraska’s football team will play in front of another sellout crowd this spring.
On Saturday, the school announced that the Cornhuskers’ annual spring game, which is scheduled for April 13, has been sold out. It’s the second straight time the spring event has sold out. Tickets were selling for $10.
The Huskers finished the 2018 season with a 4-8 record, but with Adrian Martinez under center, JD Spielman at receiver and plenty of incoming talent, including four-star running back Wandale Robinson, there are high expectations for Scott Frost’s second season.
Spring Games at Nebraska are on another level.
— Nebraska Huskers (@Huskers) February 9, 2019
Last year, Nebraska’s spring game drew a record crowd, as 86,818 fans turned out for the yearly affair. It was the largest spring game attendance in the long history of Huskers football.
Thanks to its long streak of home game sellouts at Memorial Stadium, Nebraska is considered to have one of the strongest and most loyal fanbases in the country.