Currently, as of the 2007 season, two. The Cornhuskers did not play in a bowl game in the 2004 season when their record was 5-6. Nebraska played in bowl games in 35 consecutive seasons between 1969-2003.
As of November 29th, 2008 Nebraska's alltime record is 816 wins, 337 losses, and 40 ties. As of November 29th, 2008 Nebraska's alltime record is 816 wins, 337 losses, and 40 ties in 1,193 games.
The Nebraska Cornhuskers have played in 45 bowl games with a record of 23-22.
Nebraska has played in two Rose Bowl games losing to Stanford, 21-13, in 1941 and to Miami, 37-14, in 2002.
93 as of January 13, 2014
There are many different places to find the schedule for the Cornhuskers. One place to locate this schedule would be right on the site of the Cornhuskers. Another place you can find this, is on the ESPN site itself. Really if you go to google you can just type in Nebraska Cornhusker schedule and you will get lots of different sites.
Tom Osborne has won 3 Championships with the Nebraska Cornhuskers, in 1994, 1995, and 1997.
The 300th consecutive sellout will be Sept. 26th 2009. This streak dates back to 1962.
386. According to records, every game at Lambeau Field since 1960 has been a sellout. Through the end of the 2011 season, that's 386 games, not including playoffs. If you include the playoff sellouts, the total goes up to 405.
69 out of 81 home games in the regular season were sellouts. Also, all of their home playoff games were sellouts. Total: 77 games.
According to College Football Data Warehouse, as of the 2007 season Nebraska and Ohio State have played twice at Ohio State won both games. In 1955, the Buckeyes won 28-20 and in 1956 the Buckeyes won 34-7. Both games were played in Columbus.
There have been 69 gridiron meetings between the Buffalo's and the Cornhuskers with Nebraska well ahead at 49-18-2. They first met in 1898 and both of their tie games were played in Nebraska. The upset game of the rivalry was a 1986 win at 20 to 10 by Colorado. In 1981 Nebraska ran up a 59 to zero slaughter.
3 ... OT Bob Brown elected in 2004, E Guy Chamberlin elected in 1965, and DT Roy Lyman elected in 1964.