Nebraska fans have high expectations for their college football program. However, after a recent 4-8 season, the Huskers found themselves searching for a head coach that can finally bring Nebraska back to its glory days.
Perhaps they found him.
Scott Frost took over a winless UCF program and turned the team into the undefeated, unofficial national champs.
If he duplicates that success and leads Nebraska to a Big Ten title in his first year, fans will receive a little something special - free tickets.
An Omaha ticket broker is reportedly offering money back for fans who buy tickets to home games, if they buy before June 1.
Per USA Today:
Ticket Express is running the promotion as excitement builds for coach Scott Frost's first season. Owner Chad Carr says fans who make their purchase by June 1 are eligible. The refund would cover season or individual game tickets, parking passes, and passes to the Champions Club tailgating facility adjacent to Memorial Stadium.
The Huskers are a long shot to win the Big Ten title, with Ohio State, Penn State, Wisconsin, and others all favored over Nebraska.
That's why they play the game, though. Nebraska opens the season against Akron on September 1.