Report: Over half the ticket allotment for Nebraska's spring game already sold
Nebraska fans are anxious to make a return trip to Lincoln and get back inside Memorial Stadium. A year without the opportunity to see Husker football live has eaten away at so many fans.
The first chance Nebraska fans will have to return to Memorial Stadium will be on Saturday, May 1 when the Huskers are hosting their annual Red-White Spring Game. For right now, attendance is capped at around 50%.
Per Sean Callahan of Rivals.com, there have been just under 24,000 tickets sold for this year’s spring game. Capacity for the event will be just under 43,000, meaning over half the allotment is already sold.
As of Monday morning, Nebraska has sold just under 24,000 tickets to the Red-White spring game. Capacity is just under 43,000 this year.
A few different things as well: No free tickets for kids and season ticket holders were limited to just 4 total tickets vs. 8+ in the past.
— Sean Callahan (@Sean_Callahan) April 5, 2021
Nebraska’s spring game is a big deal on a yearly basis, and even more so after fans were forced to go a year without attending a game. There’s still nearly a month until the spring game, so there’s a good chance the Huskers sell all tickets for the event.
Nebraska finished last season with a 3-5 record. This will be the program’s fourth year under head coach Scott Frost.