Nebraska-Rutgers football tickets: Buy, sell tickets for Cornhuskers game (09/23/2017)
Nebraska football tickets are on sale now. Get tickets for the Cornhuskers’ Sept. 23, 2017 Big Ten opener against Rutgers now at TicketCity.com. The game will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET at Memorial Stadium, as Nebraska seeks to start conference play on a strong note.
The cheapest seats are available for $20. Buy them here.
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Nebraska football schedule
|Date||Team||Time (ET)/result||TV channel|
|9/2||vs. Arkansas Stae||W, 43-36||BTN|
|9/8||at Oregon||L, 42-35||FOX|
|9/16||vs. Northern Illinois||L, 21-17||FS1|
|9/23||vs. Rutgers||3:30 p.m. ET||BTN|
|9/29||at Illinois||8 p.m. ET||FS1|
|10/14||vs. Ohio State||TBD||TBD|
|11/18||at Penn State||TBD||TBD|
Latest Nebraska football news
Which schools’ fan base is the most miserable in the country? According to USA Today’s Misery Index, it’s Nebraska. And based on a quick review of the responses, it seems like most agree.
Something to celebrate
After a rough weekend, here’s something to celebrate. Former Huskers running back Rex Burkhead scored his first touchdown with the New England Patriots victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, and it’s a play worth watching over and over.
Atta way @RBrex2022‼️
— Nebraska Football (@HuskerFBNation) September 17, 2017
Nebraska athletics director Shawn Eichorst met with the media Saturday, telling fans to “hang in there.” But where do the Huskers go now? After all, Eichorst has lost the support of Larry the Cable Guy and that says a lot. On Thursday, Nebraska fired Eichorst.
Unhappy Tommie Frazier
Former Nebraska quarterback Tommie Frazier had some thoughts on the Huskers, which he shared on Twitter on Saturday and then again on Facebook Live on Sunday. While critical, he’s clear on one thing: Don’t fire Mike Riley now.
That’s where the Huskers are ranked in the latest Land of 10 Power Poll. Only Rutgers and Illinois are ranked lower. Nebraska is 1-2 after beating Arkansas State but losing to Oregon and Northern Illinois.
Quite a few national media members have weighed in on Nebraska’s struggles after losing to Northern Illinois. That includes ESPN’s Kirk Herbstreit, as well as SEC Network’s Paul Finebaum and Anthony “Booger” McFarland.
Nebraska will have a couple of special visitors when Rutgers rolls to town. Those visitors are Gabrielle Union and husband Dwyane Wade of the Chicago Bulls. Union is originally from Omaha and a big Nebraska fan.