Nebraska's new $155 million football facility will cherry-pick ideas to be best, biggest

“To be honest, we’ve fallen a little behind,” Husker coach Scott Frost said of NU's facilities. Earlier this year, athletic officials guessed that they ranked eighth or ninth in the Big Ten. “This level of investment will put us at the top of the country,” said Chancellor Ronnie Green, seated with interim University of Nebraska president Susan M. Fritz, left. “There’s no doubt about that.”

Facility 2

A rendering of the new Husker football facility that Nebraska hopes to have completed by the start of the 2022 season.

Bill Moos and Scott Frost

Nebraska's new football facility will feature all the amenities for Scott Frost's expanded roster, plus a few bells and whistles. “It will be a state-of-the-art, best facility,” said NU Athletic Director Bill Moos. “I know, because I’ve seen them all.”

Facility 4

A rendering of the new Husker football facility that Nebraska hopes to have completed by the start of the 2022 season.

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