Nebraska unveils new court design
Nebraska moves into a new arena next fall, and now it has a new court design.
Nebraska closed out the Bob Devaney Sports Center this past season, moving into the 16,000-seat Pinnacle Bank Arena. The Cornhuskers will begin playing there next fall, and the school released its floor design on Thursday night.
The most noteworthy aspects are the smaller block “N” at mid-court on top of an outline of the state of Nebraska. The outline is a different shade than the rest of the court, save for the area inside the arc. From 1986 to 1996, the Bob Devaney Sports Center also had the state of Nebraska at center court.
There is also a star on the state, highlighting Lincoln --– the state capital and the home of the Cornhuskers.
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