“Nebraska comes into the game with a 1-2 record following a hard-fought 30-23 victory over Penn State on Saturday in Lincoln. The Huskers took a 27-6 lead into halftime after an inspired effort in the first 30 mintues, including two defensive takeaways. Nebraska then held on with two defensive stops inside the 15 in the final five minutes to secure its first victory of the 2020 season. Redshirt freshman quarterback Luke McCaffrey made his first career start in the win and accounted for 219 yards of total offense.
Illinois comes to Lincoln with a 1-3 record, following a 23-20 victory at Rutgers on Saturday afternoon. The Illini rolled up 341 rushing yards in the victory and dominated the second half, posting better than 300 yards of total offense after intermission. The Fighting Illini victory came after they had previously dropped games against Big Ten West teams.” Wisconsin, Purdue and Minnesota to open the season. “
This Saturday will be the first Game Day for our newest watch-site, The Craftsman. Let’s give them a warm Husker welcome by having a good turnout!
As always, if traveling to The Craftsman Kitchen & Cocktails in north Scottsdale doesn’t work for you, support your favorite official HNA watch-sites.
From Huskers.com: “The game will match two traditional Big Ten college football powers who are looking for their first victory of the 2020 season. The contest against the Nittany Lions will mark Nebraska’s second attempt at a 2020 home opener. Nebraska was scheduled to open its home schedule on Halloween against Wisconsin, but that game was canceled. As a result, Nebraska opened the season with two road games for the first time since 1995, and will play three of its five remaining scheduled games at Memorial Stadium.”
Our featured watch-sites this week are 1) The Arena at 6245 E Bell Rd., Ste. 101. Scottsdale, AZ 85254, and 2) Moon Valley Grill in central Phoenix at 15414 N 7th St #2. Both have outdoor patio seating..
As always, if traveling to Clancy’s Pub in Scottsdale or Moon Valley Grill in Phoenix doesn’t work for you, support your favorite official HNA watch-sites.
From Huskers.com in Lincoln: Nebraska is coming off an unexpected off week following the cancellation of last week’s matchup with Wisconsin last Wednesday. The Huskers opened the season with a 52-17 loss at No. 5 Ohio State on Oct. 24, a game in which Nebraska was tied at 14-14 in the second quarter. Northwestern enters the game with a 2-0 record following a 21-20 victory at Iowa on Saturday. The Wildcats fell … Continue reading →
This would have been the first Game Day for our newest watch-site, The Craftsman. So sad to lose 1/8 of our games to Covid 19.Continue reading →
We are excited for our season opener at Connolly’s Sports Grill. Good News: there is outdoor seating if you feel safer outside. Reminder: it’s an early one…9 a.m. kickoff Also, in case you didn’t see the email we sent out today, Whiskey Rose just renewed as a watch-site this week. They are located in the Westgate Entertainment District near Cardinals Stadium in Glendale.Continue reading →
RIGHT NOW THROUGH THE END OF JULY – HNAZ Membership Fees are $5 off! AND DUE TO COVID, WE ARE EXTENDING $5 OFF UNTIL AUGUST 15TH! $15.00 Single $25.00 Couple Memberships run from August 1st through July 31st of the following year to encompass the academic sports year. However, if you join after the end of the Husker football season, you are entitled to an extension through the end of the next … Continue reading →
Update from the Big Ten Golf Classic Committee: “Due to the current Covid-19 condition in Arizona the Committee has decided for the safety of all, it is best to postpone this event…Troon North Golf Club graciously released the Committee out of our contractual agreement for the golf date. All Golf Registrations will be refunded.”Continue reading →
Due to the Corona Virus, we must
postpone our planned golf outing.
New date to be determined.
SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, May 3rd 1:00 HNAZ 1st Annual Golf Tournament
Where: McCormick Ranch Pine Course
Dinner and awards at Clancy’s with steak dinner, potato and salad
Complimentary range balls.
Cost $125 per golfer.
More details to come.
Proceeds will benefit our scholarship fund.
Yay! Husker Baseball is coming to Phoenix for a 3-day series versus ASU. Phoenix Municipal Stadium is at 5999 E Van Buren in Phoenix Tickets Range from $21 to $42 at Phoenix Municipal Ticket CenterContinue reading →