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Everything fans need to know for this Saturday’s Spring Game

The highly anticipated and sold out Red-White spring game is Saturday, and more than 90,000 fans will converge on Memorial Stadium.

Anyone planning to attend is encouraged to arrive early. Nebraska’s Athletic Ticketing office (Stadium Drive Parking Garage) will open Saturday at 8 a.m. The office will be open for will-call ticket pick-up and to assist with any ticket issues.

Fans are encouraged to enter through the gate printed on their ticket for easiest access to their seat, but may use any gate that is open.

Gates 6, 8, 17, 19, 21 and 22 will be closed Saturday. Gates 1, 18 and 23 will close shortly after kickoff.

UNL Parking Services will cashier Lot 9 (14th and Avery Parking Garage) and other campus lots for public parking. The charge will be $5 per vehicle. University donor and cashiered lots will open at 7 a.m.

The 14th and Salt Creek Roadway Parking Garage (Lot 9) will serve as the primary cashiered parking option for ADA accessibility. Public parking will be available at Haymarket Park and Pinnacle Bank Arena festival parking for $10.

Nebraska’s clear bag policy will be enforced for this game. Details on that policy can be found here.

Open umbrellas will not be allowed in the stadium, either. There’s a 20 percent chance of rain in Lincoln on Saturday, with highs in the low to mid 50s.

STARTRAN will provide shuttle service from South Pointe Pavilions (27th and Pine Lake) and North Star High School. Buses will park to the stadium. Shuttles begin at 9 a.m., and cost is $5 per adult each way and $5 round trip for kids.

The Husker Nation Pavilion will be open from 8 a.m. to kickoff in the normal Pavilion location by the Hawks Championship Center.

The Nebraska volleyball team will sign autographs at the Ed Weir Outdoor Track from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Fans should enter at the West end of the Ed Weir Track between the Hawks Championship Center and Memorial Stadium, and event staff members will direct those to the autograph line.

The volleyball team will be presented with their 2017 national championship rings at halftime.

Fans who aren’t going to the game can watch the game live on the Big Ten Network, or listen to it live on the Husker Sports Network with pregame coverage starting at 9 a.m.

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