The University of Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball team is one of the most beloved sports programs in the NCAA. The program is among the oldest in the country, dating back over a century to 1897. Over their history the Huskers basketball team has won more than 1,350 games. Nebraska has won over five Conference Regular Season titles, and won a Big 8 Conference Tournament title in 1994. Playing in the NCAA Tournament over six times in their history, the Cornhuskers are one of the Midwest’s most accomplished programs. NU Basketball has also made numerous NIT appearances, and won the NIT in 1996. Many great players have worn the Cornhuskers red and white, including Dave Hoppen, Stu Lants, Eric Piatowski, Erick Strickland, Mikki Moore, Rich King, and Tryonn Lue. Nebraska basketball plays in the Big 10 conference, which is one of the premier basketball leagues in the country. In 2013 the school moved its home games to the newly finished Pinnacle Bank Arena, which has donned a new chapter in Huskers Basketball. The team responded immediately with one of its most competitive and exciting seasons in recent years, and made the NCAA Tournament. The excitement around the program has not subsided and it remains one of the best times in history to be a Huskers basketball fan. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball tickets.
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Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball at Pinnacle Bank Arena Address: 400 Pinnacle Arena Drive Lincoln, Nebraska, 69508
The University of Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball team plays their home games at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska. Pinnacle Bank Arena has been home to the Cornhuskers since 2013 and can seat over 15,000 fans. The brand new arena replaces the historic Bob Devaney Sports Complex, in which the Huskers won over 75% of the time. The building of Pinnacle Bank arena has ushered in a new era for Cornhusker basketball, as it is one of the premier venues in the State of Nebraska, and the Big 10 Conference. With expanded student seating and luxury boxes, Pinnacle Bank Arena is as loud as any arena in the Big 10 and the Huskers have had one of the highest attendance records in the country. Seeing a game in the new arena is a must for any Cornhuskers basketball fan and the excitement and energy surrounding the programs following its opening is as big as anytime in the last few decades. The Nebraska Cornhuskers home bench is on the Pinnacle Bank Arena sideline in front of sections 104-105. Pinnacle Bank Arena parking information is covered in our event guide.
Nebraska vs. Creighton
The biggest college basketball rivalry in the State of Nebraska, Cornhuskers-Bluejays is one of the best games of the season. For many years these two schools had the only two Division I basketball programs in the State, causing them to fight tooth and nail for the top talent in the area. Nebraska and Creighton also represent the two largest cities in the State, which are separated by only about 50 miles. This means game days in both Lincoln and Omaha are packed with a mixed crowd and tons of energy.