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Nebraska Cornhuskers Football 2015 News and Updates
6/24/15 - The Nebraska Cornhuskers football team will have their first home game on September fifth. That may seem a long way off, but the date is approaching quickly. Fans do not have much time to wait and the team does not have much time to prepare before they are on the field again. They certainly do need to train while they can because linebacker Davis Santos, safety LeRoy Alexander, and receiver Jariah Tolbert are all officially leaving the team this year. Losing these two defenders could be devastating for game, although the new coach, Mike Riley, intends to focus on offence instead. Fans will just have to wait and see if the Cornhuskers will have what it takes to hold their own when the season finally gets underway.
12/4/14 - Despite winning the season finale over Iowa, transition is on tap for the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team, as the school announced that Bo Pelini’s services as head coach would no longer be needed. While the search for the next head coach rages on, Interim Head Coach Barney Cotton has game preparations to make, as a 9-3 regular season record makes Big Red a very enticing possibility for several different bowl games. Two possible scenarios have the Huskers travelling to the Golden State for matchups against a Pac 12 team. Sun and surf could be in the cards, as Nebraska could find a spot in the National University Holiday Bowl in San Diego on December 27 (tickets from $99). If Southern California doesn’t call, a date in Santa Clara for the Foster Farms Bowl could be on tap (tickets from $50).
11/26/14 - A standout team in the Big 10 right now is the Nebraska Cornhuskers. They sport an overall record of 8-2, and are the 23rd team in the nation. Their last game didn’t’ quite go according to plan against Wisconsin. They ended up losing with the final score being 24-59. In their blowout loss, Tommy Armstrong Jr. only went on to throw for 62 yards. He was contained on the offensive front, and this can’t happen to him again if they want to come back from this loss. Their rushing attack didn’t get off to a good start as well. Up next for them is an important, must-win game against Minnesota. Tickets for the game can be purchased now, with the starting price at a low $28.
11/18/14 - A difficult loss against the Wisconsin Badgers, Nebraska Cornhuskers Football failed to widen the gap against the competition. With rankings dangerously close as the regular season prepares to close, the week in college football should be explosive. Nebraska will face off with Minnesota in the embrace of Memorial Stadium. This is sure to both ease the nerves of the team and increase the pressure to defend their own field. With some well executed plays, and a bit of luck, Nebraska should be able to push the Golden Gopher losing streak to 2, and regain their own footing in the process. Razorgator still has great seating options available starting at $15 per seat. With prices like these, no fan can afford to miss out on the matchup against the Gophers.
11/12/14 - Sitting at 8-1, the Nebraska Cornhuskers Football team strives to surpass their previous winning streak of 5 from earlier this season. Currently, they stand at 3 back-to-back wins, which puts them in an ideal spot to use their confidence building victories to help them escape the bottleneck that has so many teams bumping elbows in the rankings. As the Cornhuskers prepare to defend their home turf against the Minnesota Golden Gophers, fan support will be an important factor in securing another important win for Nebraska. With Memorial Stadium packed and roaring, the Golden Gophers are sure to become yet another stepping stone on Nebraska’s way to the top of the rankings. Tickets for this game are available for purchase for as little as $24 per seat.
11/5/14 - Last Saturday, the Nebraska Cornhuskers took on Purdue, a match up that favored them tremendously. After four quarters, Nebraska came away with the victory, with the final score being 35-14. Their record is now a stellar 8-1. It was pretty much a blowout for the 15th team in the nation thanks to the stellar play of Imani Cross, who went on to rush for 66 yards and had 2 touchdowns. The Cornhuskers’ defense looked great for most of the game, and they will need to continue this effort if they hope to run the tables in the Big Ten. Up next for them is a match up with Wisconsin, who are currently ranked 25th in the nation. This is a must-win scenario for Nebraska, especially considering it’s a rivalry game where tensions are going to be at an all-time high. Tickets for the game can be purchased today, and they start out as low as $88.
10/29/14 - The Nebraska Cornhuskers Football program polished their eighth game off with a win, beating the Big Ten newcomer Rutgers University 42-24. The game started off looking like it was going to be a nail biter, ending the first quarter at a tie of 7-7. The Cornhuskers started the second quarter with some fire and quickly ran with the lead after scoring an additional two touchdowns. The school’s all-purpose yards ran in a single game was broken by Ameer Abdullah who posted 341 yards as the Cornhuskers slid by the Scarlet Knights for the W. Next week they will try to boost their winning record of 8-1 to 9-1 as they take on Purdue who has a losing record (3-5). Tickets for Saturday’s game are still available, and start at $46.
9/18/14 - Huskernation has been taken for a bit of a wild ride through the early part of the 2014 season: Nebraska kicked off with an utterly dominant victory over Florida Atlantic, but followed up with a questionable performance against McNeese State, in which the Cornhuskers snuck away 31-24. Last week Nebraska returned to impressive form with a solid victory over Fresno State, but their 2014 slate will kick into high gear starting in Week 4. The Cornhuskers are 3-0 on the season, and endeavor to extend their undefeated streak against their toughest opponent yet, the Miami Hurricanes on 9/20. Score Nebraska Cornhuskers tickets now and see this storied rivalry in person; these two met in bowl games five times, from 1984-2002, with the winner moving on to take the national title four times. See another thrilling game this Saturday, with Miami at Nebraska Football tickets starting from $85 at Memorial Stadium.
7/30/14 – We are one month away from college football kick off, and Big Ten Media Days just wrapped up. Cornhuskers should be proud to note that your senior running back, Ameer Abdullah, was the chosen student-athlete speaker for the Big Ten’s annual Kickoff Luncheon. Spoken like a true Husker, he asserted: “Nothing is guaranteed, but if we continue to strive to educate ourselves athletically, academically and personally, then maybe, just maybe, one day we can reach our full potential.” The star athlete rushed for 1,690 yards last year and turned down the opportunity to join the NFL in order to play for Nebraska Football one more season. Join this future pro in his last year with Nebraska Cornhuskers tickets; be in the stands when Florida Atlantic visits Memorial Stadium on the Aug. 30 in the non-conference season opener.
7/9/14 – Not that the hoards of Nebraska Cornhusker faithful needed any confirmation, but Business Insider recently ranked the top 15 most loyal college football fanbases and it goes to show you, There (really) is No Place Like Nebraska. The University of Nebraska boasts one of the most football-rich environments you’ll find across these United States, and Memorial Stadium has sold-out for a record 333 straight games. Not to mention, the stadium is being expanded to accommodate the ceaseless barrage of red, to a capacity of 90,0000-plus. The Husker have not played in front of a sell-out crowd since 1962—thats over 50 years! But the fanbase’s reach goes well beyond Nebraska state lines: Husker Nation is renowned for traveling well, with fans following their football team across the nation without hesitation. Whether at home or on the road, lock down you Nebraska Cornhuskers tickets and keep the tradition going!
6/20/14 – For one Nebraska Cornhuskers commit, it’s time to “play ball.” Monte Harrison was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers (50th overall) in the 2014 MB Draft, and with the deadline for picks to sign with MLB clubs looming on July 15, the wide receiver opted for baseball. At least we won’t suffer another Bubba Starling last-minute decision. The Cornhuskers were hit with another tough defection: the loss of Washington transfer, receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow, to Ole Miss. The player originally committed to Nebraska, but the news was announced today of his new move. With all this action happening before the start of fall camp, there will be numerous roster positions up for grabs. Get your Nebraska Cornhuskers tickets and find out who takes the start come August!
5/27/14 – Three former Cornhuskers – Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Spencer Long, and Quincy Enunwa - were selected in the 2014 NFL Draft and now Bo Pelini is tasked with finding their replacements. Early signs point to Jonathan Rose, Jake Cotton, and Kenny Bell to fill their shoes. Check out the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Memorial Stadium this year for an average $151. Buy Cornhuskers football tickets today and tackle one of the most exciting game-day experiences in all of college football. Rich in traditions, Nebraska regularly sells out their games and owns the record for the most consecutive sellouts at 319. Be part of the “Sea of Red” this season and release a red balloon when Nebraska scores its first points of the game. Nebraska football tickets are in highest demand for their September 20 meeting with the Miami Hurricanes (avg. $261) and are cheapest for the game two weeks prior against the McNeese State Cowboys (avg. $115).
5/9/14 – While the quarterback situation remains unsettled, no one can debate the strength of Nebraska’s defense with linebackers Zaire Anderson, Michael Rose, and Josh Banderas. The trio have been key parts in the improvement of the position during the 2013 season and will look to prove that their old Achilles heel is healed. A first look at the 2014 squad will be against the Florida Atlantic Owls Aug. 30 (avg. $138) at Memorial Stadium Nebraska. Big Ten conference foes – Illinois (avg. $162), Purdue (avg. $135), and Minnesota (avg. $168) – will travel to Lincoln this season. However, the most expensive game on the Nebraska Cornhuskers schedule will be played against ACC’s Miami Hurricanes (avg. $244).
2/4/14 - Toting an experienced and offensively strong team, headed by QB Taylor Martinez and RB Ameer Abdullah, the Nebraska Cornhuskers entered last year favored to compete in their first Big Ten Championship. Although they scored a trip to the Gator Bowl (defeating Georgia), Nebraska really did need a better defense "to win championships," as they ultimately finished 9-4 (5-3 Big Ten), winding up #25 at the end of the year. The Cornhuskers will look to improve upon last season and proved they're in it to win it with big moves this offseason. Head coach Bo Pelini and the Big Red had a stellar weekend, adding six more recruits to their loaded class of 26; including Kendall Bussey and Blake McClain (Tulane and Florida State decommitments) who will join 4-stars DB Eric Lee and safety Avery Anderson. The additions add some flair to the No. 34 ranked class, ranked No.5 in the Big Ten. Senior OG Spencer Long is entering an NFL Draft that is laden with OT talent, while former Cornhusker cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste, is already drawing comparisons to Seattle’s Richard Sherman as he makes his way to the pros.
Since joining the Big Ten from the Big XII for the 2011 football season, the Nebraska Cornhuskers have gone from perennial contenders to perennial contenders – although their two postseason visits to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena were made under non-Big Ten auspices (1940 and 2002), they’ve represented B1G in a bowl game (the Capital One and Gator Bowls) in all three years they’ve been a member. The Huskers are hoping for even bigger and better things in 2014 under head coach Bo Pelini, among their key non-conference games is a visit to Lincoln by Miami of Florida.
10/30/13 - The Cornhuskers will face Big Ten Legends opponents in four of their last five games. First Nebraska will look to rebound against Northwestern after falling to Minnesota last weekend. The Huskers hope to have Senior QB Taylor Martinez back after he suffered a hip pointer in the loss. Three consecutive wins could flip the Big Ten standings upside down, even knocking Michigan and Michigan State out of the top 25, and perhaps, saving Bo Pelini’s job. It wouldn’t be the team’s first game without their starting QB, however; Martinez missed three games this season while rehabilitating a foot injury. In his absence, Nebraska won behind Redshirt freshman Tommy Armstrong who completed 66.3 percent of his passes with nine touchdowns and one interception. The Cornhuskers regular season finale at Memorial Stadium-NE against Iowa is the most expensive game remaining on their home schedule, Nebraska Cornhuskers Football tickets start at $83.
After two years in the Big Ten, the Nebraska Cornhuskers have quickly established themselves as a B1G force to be reckoned with. In their first season in the Big Ten’s Legends Division, the Huskers finished third with a 9-4 record; they followed that last year with a Legends Division championship and a solid 10-4 record. Unfortunately for Husker fans, though, the Big Red were sent to the Capital One Bowl and lost both times. The Huskers have historically had a strong running game, and last year was no exception; their 253.4 yards per game averaged on the ground was eighth in the nation among Football Bowl Subdivision schools. Leading rusher Ameer Abdullah returns for his junior season, as does senior quarterback Taylor Martinez. When Martinez needs to throw the ball, his leading receiver, junior Kenny Bell also returns; Bell will be joined by fellow wideouts Quincy Enunwa, a senior; and junior Jamal Turner.
Defensively, though, the Cornhuskers will have to replace a number of players — of the front seven defensive starters, only one player returns, defensive end Jason Ankrah; and the linebacking corps will be decidedly a young unit, as several slots on the depth chart were held by now-departed seniors. It is said that on game days, Lincoln’s Memorial Stadium becomes the third largest “city” in the state, and all those fans of the Huskers will be expecting to make a return trip to the Big Ten Championship in Indianapolis in December 2013.
Nebraska's season opens with games against Wyoming on August 31st and SMU on September 7th, but the first true test on the 2013 Huskers football schedule will be UCLA Bruins Football on September 14th. Last season, UCLA surprised Nebraska in a 36-30 win in Los Angeles. UCLA vs. Nebraska football tickets start at $102 in the lower end zones, with premium seats along the Nebraska sideline reaching $400. Big Ten football teams visiting Lincoln this season include Illinois Fighting Illini Football, Iowa Hawkeyes Football, Michigan State Spartans Football, and Northwestern Wildcats Football. Of the four, Northwestern vs. Nebraska tickets have the cheapest get-in price at $50. Iowa vs. Nebraska football tickets — $36 more per ticket — are the most expensive of the home conference games. Nebraska football fans who want to catch the action at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, without breaking the bank, will find cheap Huskers football tickets for the game versus Southern Methodist in September.