As you may know, our last game vs. Purdue was hard-fought, but we ended up losing by one touchdown 37-43. However, they definitely seemed to be playing more cohesively, and the offense was clicking, so let’s keep the faith. They had a bye week last week, so let’s hope they are rested, prepared, and rarin’ to go!
Game day is at one of our longest running watch-sites: Moon Valley Grill in north central Phoenix (near 7th St. and Coral Gables). Kickoff is at 12:30 AZ time, but come early to get your favorite seats (it’s one of our smaller venues).
Nebraska returns to Lincoln to begin the final stretch of the 2022 season when it takes on Illinois on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium. Game time for the matchup between the Huskers and No. 17/18 Illinois is set for 2:30 p.m. CT, with television coverage provided by ABC….Nebraska was electric on offense at Purdue, averaging 9.2 yards per play with five plays that covered at least 30 yards in the game. Wide receiver Trey Palmer set a Nebraska single-game receiving record with 237 yards on his seven receptions, while totaling 297 all-purpose yards. Despite the effort by the offense, Purdue secured the six-point win by controlling the football for nearly 43 minutes.
As always, if traveling to this featured watch-site doesn’t work for you, support your favorite official HNAZ watch-sites. However, be aware that Copper Blues at Desert Ridge won’t be airing the game’s sound due giving priority of the sound system to their “brunch show.”