Huskers’ spring game sells out for second straight season

Huskers’ spring game sells out for second straight season
Last season, NU set a school attendance record with 86,818 fans at Scott Frost's first spring game. BRENDAN SULLIVAN/THE WORLD-HERALD

Nebraska’s spring game has sold out for the second straight season.

NU’s athletic department announced Saturday afternoon that all available tickets for the April 13 game have been sold. Kickoff time has not yet been announced.

The game will be Scott Frost’s second spring game at Nebraska. Last season, NU set a school attendance record with 86,818. The game sold out more quickly in 2018, as it was Frost’s debut. This year, tickets went on sale to season ticket holders Tuesday, with the general public being able to purchase them Wednesday. Roughly 80,000 tickets were distributed in the first 48 hours.

Husker running backs coach Ryan Held thanked fans on Twitter for their loyalty.

“Who has the best fans? Thank you for being the best,” Held wrote.

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