Another sign of Frost fever. Nebraska’s spring football game at 85,000-seat Memorial Stadium – the first under new coach Scott Frost – sold out today.
Tickets for the Red-White game went on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. today and shortly after 11 a.m., the school announced they were gone.
Season-ticket holders were allowed to begin buying tickets yesterday, and about 60,000 were sold in seven hours. The rest were sold in a little over an hour today.
This year’s attendance at the April 21st game will break the Nebraska record of 80,149 for Bo Pelini’s first spring game in 2008.