2012-2013 Nebraska Cornhuskers College Basketball Preview:
Check back for a Nebraska basketball preview.
NEBRASKA CORNHUSKERS EXPERIENCE:
Location: Lincoln, Nebraska
Stadium: Bob Devaney Center
Conference: Big Ten Conference
Rivals: Colorado State Rams
Mascot: Herbie Husker and Lil Red
The Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball program was founded in 1896. The team's first trip to the NCAA Tournament wasn’t until 1986. The Nebraska Cornhuskers have the dubious distinction of never winning an NCAA Tournament game. Danny Nee coached the team from 1987 to 2000 and is the most successful coach in Nebraska history. Nee coached the team to 5 of their 6 NCAA Tournament appearances, 6 NIT Tournament appearances, and a trip to the NIT Championship game in 1996. Barry Collier coached Nebraska from 2000 to 2006 when Doc Sadler took over the team.
In 2011 Nebraska left the Big 12 Conference for the Big Ten Conference, as part of the 2010 conference re-alignment. The Cornhuskers will have many classic match-ups with the Hoosiers, Fighting Illini, Buckeyes, and more in the years to come.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers play their home games at Bob Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. The arena holds 13,500 spectators. Buy Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball tickets and watch the team fight to be a real contender in the Big Ten and the NCAA Tournament!
Nebraska Cornhuskers NCAA Tournament tickets
Nebraska Cornhuskers Football tickets
Nebraska Basketball Ticket Information:
The seats TicketCity offers for Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball come from our large network of suppliers. Those suppliers list and price these Cornhuskers basketball tickets, and in many cases the ticket prices will be higher than the face value printed on them. After submitting your ticket order, TicketCity will verify the availability of those seats with our supplier before confirming your purchase. Tickets are shipped via FedEx as soon as they are available to send.
TicketCity is not affiliated with the University of Nebraska, the official University of Nebraska website, or Bob Devaney Center.