Our family loves grabbing Runzas on the way to tailgate, getting Eileen’s cookies on the way into the game, and of course getting pumped up during the TUNNEL WALK!
Office & Events Coordinator CRi & From Now On
My family made the trip to California for the Rose Bowl in 2002. I don't remember much of the game because I feel asleep in the stands during the 2nd quarter...but I do remember walking to the top of the stadium and looking over the wall to the sea of red below. As a 6 year old to see that many people in red was amazing. It really defined how Nebraskans feel about football - and every time I hear "Sea of Red" I can picture that day like it was yesterday.
Sales Rep From Now On
Every year since I can remember, my dad would take me down to at least one Nebraska football game every year in Lincoln. It was usually one of the easier games on the schedule, as the tickets were cheaper (and we always won). I feel that's what sucked me into loving the Huskers, along with growing up in the 90's when we were dominate. I distinctly remember being in our basement watching the Matt Davison "Flea Kicker" game against Missouri, which we went on to win now our last national championship in 1997.
Sales Rep From Now On
Finally getting to go to a game with my Grandpa after countless years of bonding over Nebraska football.
Director of Operations From Now On
We have loved going to Husker games as a family for many years. We may have started the tradition too early though. The first year we took the boys, they did fine until the second half. One of them started crying and couldn't stop. We had to leave early, which is never a good thing with Jerry! Love the Huskers! #GBR
Marketing Lead From Now On
Most of my favorite Husker memories are from the road games I’ve traveled to. Places like Ann Arbor, Chicago, Kansas City, Los Angeles, and Madison. Everywhere the Huskers journey - so too do tens of thousands loyal Husker fans. Nothing produces camaraderie quite like the shared experience of cheering on your team from the visitor’s section! Now that I am raising a young family my bucket list road games are getting crossed off at a slower pace. But, now I get create many new memories from the friendlier confines of Memorial Stadium!
QA / Developer From Now On
The first Husker tunnel walk of the season always gives me chills. I get so fired up for the game. GBR! Get me some pads!
Recruiting Lead CRi
The 1991 Nebraska Oklahoma Game with my Dad! Huskers 19 Sooners 14. It was so rainy and cold! I remember feeling like the stadium was so small. There were 77,000 people there but it seemed like 700. Everyone huddled together screaming such a great memory! So fun!