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The historic Nebraska Cornhuskers football program has been on the rise the past few seasons as they are looking to have the consistent success that the program has had in the past. 2015 was the first season for head coach Mike Riley. The Cornhuskers didn’t have the ideal season as they went 6-7 but ended the year with a win in the Foster Farms Bowl. The Cornhuskers and Riley will look to build off their first season and once again become one of the best college football programs in the country.

The Nebraska Cornhuskers football program had its start in 1890 and quickly established itself as one of the best football programs in the country as the game was really starting to grow across the country. Nebraska dominated the country early in the programs career which included a 24 game win streak under head coach Walter C. Booth. Nebraska had many bowl game appearances and wins in the early days and established themselves as one of the most difficult teams to beat in all of college football. The program took a fairly big hit from 1918-1920 because of the involvement of the US in WWI and the football program struggled and caused a lot of cancelled games. Nebraska would slowly climb back into a national power after the war and have appearances in bowl games and have quality winning seasons under multiple head coaches. But the program once again took a hit with the start of WWII and had mediocre seasons from 1942-1961. The program had winning seasons and some bowl game appearances but couldn’t seem to dominate like they had in the past. Things would quickly turn around in 1962 with the hiring of head coach Bob Devaney. Coach Devaney previously coached at the University of Wyoming where he had a lot of success. He would immediately change the culture of the Cornhuskers program and change them into a winning program once again. Devaney only had two losing seasons while at Nebraska and those two seasons were the only two occasions that Nebraska was not featured in a bowl game. Devaney coached until 1972 and had an overall record of 101-20. Devaney led the Nebraska Cornhuskers to back to back National Championships in 1970 and 1971. Devaney also won 8 Big Eight Championships and had 9 bowl game appearances, 6 bowl game wins, 9 winning seasons, and 1 undefeated season. Devaney resigned as head coach in 1972 and offensive coordinator Tom Osborne would be the next head coach of the Cornhusker program.

When Tom Osborne was hired in 1973, many wouldn’t have guessed that he would go on to be the best coach Nebraska has ever had, especially after replacing Devaney. Osborne would continue the success and dominance that Devaney brought to the Cornhuskers and would do so from the time he got the job in 1973 until he retired in 1997. Osborne led Nebraska to back to back National Championships in 1994 and 1995 and led them to another National Championship his final season in 1997. Osborne had an overall record of 255-49 and is one of the most successful head coaches in college football history. After his retirement, the University of Nebraska named the field in his honor, Tom Osborne Field, in 1999 because of the excellence Osborne brought to the program. Osborne won 3 National Championships and 13 Conference Championships (Big Eight and Big Twelve) with 8 Big Eight/Twelve Coach of the Year awards, a National Coach of the Year Award in 1994, and ESPN’s Coach of the Decade Award in 1999. Osborne truly transformed the Nebraska program into a national powerhouse. Frank Solich had the difficult task to take over the Nebraska program after Osborne’s retirement in 1998. Solich had a decent career coaching with Nebraska until 2003 going 58-19. Solich coached the Cornhuskers to 6 bowl games and had 2 bowl game wins and was also a 2 time Big 12 Coach of the Year before resigning in 2003 before the bowl game. The next head coach hired was Bill Callahan who coached from 2004-2007 and had a mediocre record of 27-22 before being let go in favor of the next head coach Bo Pelini who began in 2003. Under Pelini, the Huskers had quite a bit of success as the Huskers never had a losing season under Pelini and went to a bowl game each season that he was head coach. Pelini would coach until 2014 and ultimately be let go because of not having the national success that Nebraska was expecting. Under Pelini, the Cornhuskers went 67-27 with 7 bowl game appearances and 4 bowl game wins. Current head coach Mike Riley was hired and had his first season in 2015 and went a disappointing 6-7. Riley came from coaching at Oregon State and looks to return Nebraska to a national power that they once were in the past.

The historic Nebraska Cornhuskers have seen many players come through the program that have been some of the best players to ever play in college football. Nebraska has had 3 Heisman Trophy Winners come through the program which are Johnny Rodgers (1972), Mike Rozier (1983), and Eric Crouch (2001). Other great Cornhuskers that came through the program include: Tommie Frazier, Ndamukong Suh, Will Shields, Ahman Green, Neil Smith, Turner Gill, Ameer Abdullah, LaVonte David, Prince Amukamara and many more. The historic Husker program is on the rise and should continue to gain top recruits that may go down as some of the best players in Nebraska’s history.

The Nebraska Cornhuskers are looking to head in the right direction as they go into their second season under head coach Mike Riley. Although they had a losing season of 6-7 last year, Riley and the Cornhuskers are looking to improve and show that they are still one of the best teams in college football. Make sure to watch out for the Cornhuskers in 2016 as they attempt to shake up the Big Ten Conference.


The Nebraska Cornhuskers play in Memorial Stadium in Lincoln, NE which is also known as the “Sea of Red” because of the massive amount of Cornhusker fans that fill the stadium. The student section is known as “The Boneyard” because of how rowdy and spirited they are when cheering on the Cornhuskers to a victory in Memorial Stadium. The Cornhuskers games are often very hard to find cheap tickets to and can be hard to come by. Make sure to check out Rukkus to get the cheapest Nebraska Cornhuskers Football tickets today!

Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Lineup

  • Armstrong Jr.
  • Boaz Joseph
  • Jordan Westerkamp
  • LeRoy Alexander
  • Zack Darlington
  • Marcus Newby
  • Tommy Armstrong Jr.
  • Randy Gregory
  • Josh Mitchell
  • Johnny Stanton
  • AJ Bush
  • Corey Cooper
  • Taariq Allen
  • Maliek Collins
  • Ameer Abdullah
  • D.J. Singleton
  • Tyson Broekemeier
  • Sam Burtch
  • Joshua Kalu
  • Jamal Turner
  • Cethan Carter
  • Chris Jones
  • Luke Gifford
  • Zaire Anderson
  • Lane Hovey
  • Jonathan Rose
  • De'Mornay Pierson-El
  • Michael Rose-Ivey
  • Trai Mosley
  • Ryker Fyfe
  • Sedrick King
  • Glenn Irons
  • Joe Keels
  • Jariah Tolbert
  • Charles Jackson
  • Mikale Wilbon
  • Anthony Ridder
  • Daniel Davie
  • Austin Rose
  • Murat Kuzu
  • Austin Williams
  • Nate Gerry
  • Blake Holtmeier
  • Thomas Connely
  • Brady Pelzer
  • Sam Foltz
  • Kieron Williams
  • Byerson Cockrell
  • Adam Taylor
  • Nolan Graham
  • Graham Nabity
  • Derek Foster
  • Bo Kitrell
  • Joey Felici
  • Imani Cross
  • Christian Bailey
  • Garrett McKay
  • Drew Brown
  • Terrell Newby
  • Andy Janovich
  • Zach Stovall
  • Mauro Bondi
  • Harrison Jordan
  • Cameron Jakub
  • Jordan Nelson
  • Jaevon Walton
  • Luke McNitt
  • David Santos
  • Trey Foster
  • Creighton Koley
  • Noah Appleget
  • Trevor Roach
  • Mitch McCann
  • Mick Stoltenberg
  • A.J. Natter
  • Bryan Reimers
  • Matt Jarzynka
  • Grant Schumacher
  • Erik Evans
  • Gabe Rahn
  • Chris Weber
  • Garret Johns
  • Ryan Freudenburg
  • Courtney Love
  • Josh Banderas
  • Alex Boryca
  • Robby Painter
  • Garrett Poppen
  • Kevin Maurice
  • Paul Thurston
  • Mark Pelini
  • Brad Simpson
  • Zach Sterup
  • Joel Lopez
  • Corey Whitaker
  • Matt Finnin
  • Trent Ortmeier
  • Noah Arneson
  • Paul Kelly
  • Cole Conrad
  • Tanner Farmer
  • Ryne Reeves
  • Dylan Utter
  • Jerald Foster
  • Jake Cotton
  • Nick Gates
  • Chongo Kondolo
  • Alex Lewis
  • Zach Hannon
  • Sam Hahn
  • Mike Moudy
  • Chris Long
  • Dwayne Johnson Jr.
  • Dylan Owen
  • David Knevel
  • Givens Price
  • Kenny Bell
  • Kevin Gladney
  • Alonzo Moore
  • Jared Blum
  • Sam Cotton
  • Greg Hart
  • David Sutton
  • Brandon Reilly
  • Freedom Akinmoladun
  • Ross Dzuris
  • Connor Ketter
  • Greg McMullen
  • Nate Meduna
  • Tyler Hoppes
  • Gabriel Miller
  • Josh Faulkenberry
  • Kevin Williams
  • Jack Gangwish
  • Spencer Lindsay
  • Logan Rath
  • Vincent Valentine
  • Peyton Newell

Todays Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Tickets

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Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Ticket Prices


Low: $16.00

High: $883.00

Cheap Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$10.00 Nebraska Cornhuskers at Purdue Boilermakers Football — 10/31/2015
Ross Ade Stadium; West Lafayette, IN
$13.00 Nebraska Cornhuskers at Illinois Fighting Illini Football — 10/03/2015
Memorial Stadium (Illinois); Champaign, IL
$16.00 Penn State Nittany Lions at Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball — 02/14/2017
Pinnacle Bank Arena; Lincoln, NE
$18.00 Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Spring Game — 04/11/2015
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE
$18.00 Wyoming Cowboys at Nebraska Cornhusker Football — 09/10/2016
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE
$24.00 Nebraska Cornhuskers at Miami Hurricanes Football — 09/19/2015
Hard Rock Stadium; Miami, FL
$24.00 Wisconsin Badgers at Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball — 02/09/2017
Pinnacle Bank Arena; Lincoln, NE
$25.00 Minnesota Golden Gophers at Nebraska Cornhuskers Football — 11/22/2014
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE
$31.00 Northwestern Wildcats at Nebraska Cornhuskers Football — 10/24/2015
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE
$31.00 Michigan State Spartans at Nebraska Cornhuskers Football — 11/07/2015
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE

Best and Most Expensive Nebraska Cornhuskers Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$883.00Purdue Boilermakers at Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball — 01/29/2017
Pinnacle Bank Arena; Lincoln, NE
$125.00Nebraska Cornhuskers at Ohio State Buckeyes Football — 11/05/2016
Ohio Stadium; Columbus, OH
$121.00Oregon Ducks at Nebraska Cornhuskers Football — 09/17/2016
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE
$102.00Nebraska Cornhuskers at Kansas Jayhawks Basketball — 12/10/2016
Allen Fieldhouse; Lawrence, KS
$86.00Nebraska Cornhuskers at Northwestern Wildcats Football — 10/18/2014
Ryan Field; Evanston, IL
$76.00Fresno State Bulldogs at Nebraska Cornhuskers Football — 09/03/2016
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE
$71.00Nebraska Cornhuskers at Wisconsin Badgers Football — 10/29/2016
Camp Randall Stadium; Madison, WI
$69.00BYU Cougars at Nebraska Cornhuskers Football — 09/05/2015
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE
$68.00Nebraska Cornhuskers at Iowa Hawkeyes Football — 11/25/2016
Kinnick Stadium; Iowa City, IA
$67.00Illinois Fighting Illini at Nebraska Cornhuskers — 10/01/2016
Memorial Stadium - Lincoln; Lincoln, NE