VIDEO: Nebraska's new arena gets built
It took more than 600 days, but the new arena for Nebraska basketball is finished and ready for the Cornhuskers.
Back in the spring, Nebraska unveiled its new court design for the 2013-14 season, complete with an outline of the state at midcourt, and shading inside the 3-point arc.
It will be the first court for the Cornhuskers in the brand-new Pinnacle Bank Arena, which will be the home for Tim Miles and Nebraska starting this fall. It holds 16,000 people and replaces the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
On Tuesday, the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce released a time-lapse video of what went into building the new Pinnacle Bank Arena. It took more than 600 days.
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