Nebraska completes its abbreviated 2020 regular season this weekend, when the Huskers take on Rutgers in the Big Ten’s Champions Week matchup. The contest will be played at Rutgers’ SHI Stadium on Friday, Dec. 18, with kickoff set for 6:30 p.m. Central (7:30 p.m. local time). The game will be televised on the Big Ten Network….The Huskers will be facing the Scarlet Knights for the first time since 2017, and making their first trip to Piscataway since a 2015 victory. Nebraska holds a 4-0 edge in the all-time series between the two schools, including a 3-0 mark since Rutgers joined the Big Ten in 2014. Rutgers comes into the game with a 3-5 record, following a 27-24 overtime victory at Maryland on Saturday. The Scarlet Knights are one of the nation’s most improved teams in 2020, posting three Big Ten wins after going winless in league play in 2018 and 2019.
Our featured watch-sites are Clancy’s Pub in Scottsdale at 3697 & 4432 N Miller Road (Camelback & Miller)
and Moon Valley Grill at 15414 N 7th St #2, (7th St & Coral Gables Dr.) Phoenix, AZ 85022
Can we keep our momentum going?? You Bet!
Nebraska returns to Memorial Stadium to complete its regularly scheduled 2020 contests this Saturday when the Huskers play host to Big Ten West foe Minnesota. Game time at Memorial Stadium is set for 11 a.m. CST….Nebraska comes into the matchup with Minnesota carrying a 2-4 record following a 37-27 road victory over Purdue on Saturday….
The Huskers will look to put together back-to-back wins for the first time this season on Saturday. Nebraska last won consecutive games in weeks 3 and 4 of the 2019 season when the Huskers defeated Northern Illinois and Illinois.
Minnesota will bring a 2-3 record to Lincoln and the contest will be the Gophers’ first game in 22 days. Minnesota defeated Purdue, 34-31, in Minneapolis on Nov. 20, but had its next two games canceled due to COVID-19 protocols.
Series History: Nebraska vs. Minnesota
Saturday’s game will mark the 61st all-time meeting between Nebraska and Minnesota. The Golden Gophers hold a 33-25-2 edge in the all-time series between the two schools. The Huskers own a 12-9 advantage in Lincoln, including an 11-8 mark at Memorial Stadium.
Our featured watch-site this week is The Arena at 6245 E Bell Rd., Ste. 101. Scottsdale, AZ 85254. It has quite a bit of outdoor patio seating. We look forward to seeing you there!
As always, if traveling to the Arena doesn’t work for you, support your favorite official HNA watch-sites.
Updates Your punch card schedule shows December 5th Gameday as being at Copper Blues Live, however, they are still closed due to Covid. Instead, our featured watch-site will be The Craftsman. Whiskey Rose is no longer an official watch site – they opted not to pay their renewal dues. Now about the game Excerpted from Huskers.com “The MatchupNebraska heads back on the road for the second straight week on Saturday when the Huskers … Continue reading →
From Huskers.com”Nebraska comes into the game at 1-3 on the season, following a home setback against Illinois. The Huskers turned the ball over on their opening play from scrimmage and committed five turnovers in the loss. Nebraska continued to show a strong running attack against the Illini, rushing for 215 yards in the contest. Iowa comes into Friday’s game with a 3-2 record and riding a three-game winning streak. The Hawkeyes opened the … Continue reading →
from Huskers.com “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 … Continue reading →
Our Huskers (0-2) are still hunting for their first season win and first home game in this week’s matchup in Lincoln vs. the Penn State Nittany Lions (0-3). This week is our time! 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 … Continue reading →
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 →