PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help our Nebraska families who are in need of everyone’s help!
“Huskers N Arizona is trying to do what we can to help the people struck by the flood. It has been a shock to see how the water has covered and brought devastation to everything in its path. I believe we have no idea of the damage it has caused and the hardship it has put upon Nebraska and its people, farms, animals, wild life and land. They need our help, no donation is too small. Submit any families you personally know or organization in need of help. So many people have no flood insurance and FEMA is limited on what they provide, FEMA states it will make the home Safe, Sanitary, and Secure, but that is not enough. These people need to replace cloths, food, cars, appliances, furniture, toys and so much more.” from our President, Fran Titze
We are invited to a free pre-game panel discussion with Ivy League and Big 10 alumni, featuring Bowdoin alums and Arizona Coyotes.
The game will be a Sunday afternoon game with the Minnesota Wild on Sunday, March 31st. It will include two free private receptions, one before the game and one after the game. The pre-game reception will include light refreshments and have presentations by Ahron Cohen, President of the Arizona Coyotes, and Lyndsey Fry, the Coyotes Ambassadorand USA Olympic silver medalist.
After the game, we will have a meet & greet private reception for two alums, former Big 10 star hockey players on the Coyotes team: University of Minnesota alum Alex Goligoski and University of Wisconsin alum Derek Stepan.
The Nebraska Alumni Association has arranged discounted tickets for us, $55 or $64 at the lower level ends. See ticket link below.
12:00 PM Check-in & light refreshments
12:20 PM Panel/ Q&A with Ahron Cohen and Lyndsey Fry
1:00 PM Networking event
2:00 PM Puck drop
Post-game Meet and Greet with Alex Goligoski and Derek Stepanget
Get your tickets here: https://www.yotestix.com/nebraska
See former Husker quarterback Tommy Armstrong lead the Nebraska Danger team as their quarterback.
Tickets are only $22.00 for the game and pregame activities. We will be taking an exclusive behind the scenes tour around the arena, which includes the locker room, and we end up on the field with the teams during warm up! So don’t be late. Wear your Nebraska Red, even though the Dangers colors are green. You will need to purchase tickets in advance through the link by 5/2/2019.
Since we are not in a Bowl Game this year we are having our Punch Card Raffle drawings at our watch-site, Clancy’s, in The Jack Room, on January 6th at 12:00. The Husker Basketball Team will take on the Iowa Hawkeyes this same afternoon, although game time is still TBD. Their address is 4432 North Miller Road. The Jack Room is in the bay to the right (east) of Clancy’s.
How it will work: You must have your punch card to receive raffle tickets for the punches you have received for going to Game Days. One raffle ticket for each punch. Keep in mind our punch card raffle had a special punch hole for different games! One person cannot win more than three prizes, (no combining tickets with your spouse!). A new twist this year:
Prizes will not be revealed, each winner will have the choice to accept their initial prize or take gift number two, however, you will not know what gift #2 is.
OR you can take your chances of not getting a gift and lettng your ticket stay in/ride, in hopes of winning the grand prize for the last drawing. The gift not chosen will be randomly put back in the group. The grand prize will be chosen as the last prize!!!!
(From Huskers.com Game Notes) Nebraska finishes its 2018 home schedule on Saturday by welcoming Michigan State to Memorial Stadium. The Big Ten clash is set to kick off shortly after 11 a.m. CT and will be televised by FOX. The game can also be heard on the IMG Husker Sports Network. Nebraska enters the game at 3-7 overall and 2-5 in Big Ten play, and is coming off a 54-35 victory over Illinois on Saturday in Lincoln. Michigan State will enter the game with a 6-4 record, including a 4-3 mark in Big Ten Conference action. The Spartans are coming off a 26-6 loss to eighth-ranked Ohio State on Saturday in East Lansing. While Nebraska has relied on an explosive offense, Michigan State has been paced by one of the Big Ten’s best defenses. The Spartans rank first nationally in rushing defense, while also ranking in the top 25 nationally in total defense, scoring defense, red zone defense and third-down defense.
They have great food, lots of TV’s for your viewing pleasure, plenty of free parking, and a large outdoor patio overlooking a pond.
(From Huskers.com Game Notes) Nebraska enters the game at 2-7 overall and 1-5 in Big Ten play, following a 36-31 loss at No. 8 Ohio State on Saturday. The Huskers held a 21-16 halftime advantage, before the Buckeyes rallied in the second half for a victory. Illinois comes to Lincoln with a 4-5 record, including a 2-4 conference mark. The Fighting Illini are coming off an impressive 55-31 victory over Minnesota on Saturday. Illinois has built its offensive attack in 2018 around a strong rushing attack. Illinois averages 249.4 rushing yards per game and rolled up 430 rushing yards in last week’s win against Minnesota.
Nebraska has won four of five meetings with Illinois since joining the Big Ten Conference in 2011. Nebraska is a perfect 3-0 against the Illini in Lincoln.
They have great food, lots of TV’s for your viewing pleasure, plenty of free parking, and a large outdoor patio.
Our Huskers (2-5) are looking to extend their winning streak to 3 as they head to Columbus, OH to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes. We hope to help them extend their losing streak to 2!
Our featured watch-sites this week are Moon Valley Grill in central Phoenix at 15414 N 7th St #2, and Clancy’s Pub in Scottsdale at 4432 N Miller Road. Clancy’s is open for breakfast every day, so they have a big breakfast menu. Moon Valley Grill will come up with some great breakfast specials for Game Day too. Both have plentiful 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.
Our Business Networking Group is having a gathering to help our HNAZ business-oriented members connect with each other and share their experience and opportunities. This has been a great way to expand our referral partners in the valley. We hope that you can join us!
Let’s again pull ourselves up by the bootstraps and hope our Huskers do the same this Saturday. They’ll be back at home against the Minnesota Golden Gophers (3-3). We have two featured game day watch-sites: Whiskey Rose in the Westgate Entertainment District (6751 N Sunset Blvd, Suite #E-110, Glendale, AZ 85305), and Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery in Old Town Scottsdale (4321 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85251).
As always, if traveling to either of these great watch-sites doesn’t work for you, support your favorite official HNA watch-sites.
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