The long-standing tradition of success is just one of the many reasons Cornhusker fans continue to flock to Memorial Stadium each fall. Revel in the glory of one of the best programs in NCAA history and purchase Nebraska football tickets today.
Once August hits and training camps begin, you know college football is just around the corner. Vivid Seats will be stocked with all the 2013 Nebraska Cornhuskers football tickets you’ll need for Saturdays in the fall or a postseason bowl game. For your convenience, we’ve compiled the complete list of games on the 2013 Nebraska Cornhuskers football schedule currently on sale in our marketplace. From the inventory above, simply select the matchup you’d like to attend and click “Tickets” to advance to the following page which will feature the Memorial Stadium seating chart and pricing details. Checkout will take just moments as you’ll verify all billing and shipping information before placing the order. For help with any questions or concerns regarding Nebraska football tickets, contact our in-house customer support team by phone (1.866.848.8499) or Live Chat.
Nebraska Cornhuskers Bowl Game Ticket Information
From the BCS Championship to the Rose Bowl, Vivid Seats will provide you with many different options for securing Nebraska Cornhuskers bowl game tickets. Be sure to visit the marketplace once postseason matchups have been announced.
Since the 2010 season, fans that have purchased Nebraska football tickets have had the pleasure of watching quarterback Taylor Martinez lead the high-powered Cornhuskers offense, and they will get one more chance to do so in 2013. In his three years as the team’s starting QB, Martinez has passed for nearly 7,000 yards, rushed for nearly 3,000 yards, and accounted for 77 total touchdowns while leading the team’s seamless transition from the Big 12 Conference to its new home in the Big Ten. After an impressive 10-4 campaign in 2012, Martinez will return to Lincoln to guide the team through a challenging 2013 Nebraska football schedule to put the finishing touches on his illustrious college career.
Joining the veteran quarterback in the backfield will be the Huskers’ returning starter at running back, Ameer Abdullah, whose breakout sophomore season included over 1,100 rushing yards and eight touchdowns. When Martinez wants to carve up opposing defenses through the air, he will often target Kenny Bell, a speedy touchdown machine who hauled in eight touchdown passes last year while snagging a total of 50 passes for an incredible average of over 17 yards per catch. Nebraska will also welcome a Rivals.com top-20 recruiting class, which may include the successor at quarterback, a position that has been tied up since Martinez arrived on campus years ago.