Tickets for the Big Ten’s second championship football game aren’t exactly a red-hot item.
Nebraska has sold just 7,500 of its 15,000-ticket allotment for Saturday night’s game at Indianapolis, and that’s good compared to the Cornhuskers’ opponent. Wisconsin has moved just 5,500 tickets it has to sell for the Badgers’ second straight appearance in the title game.
Holly Adam, the assistant athletic director of ticketing at Nebraska, told the Omaha World-Herald that sales have been slower than expected. “I’d say it’s a little bit slower than for the Big 12 championship game,” Adam said.