Locker Room

Husker wide receiver Kenny Bell tours the Nebraska Football Players' Facilities.

The home of five national championship football teams, Nebraska provides its players with every tool needed to be successful. The primary home for the football team is its locker room, which ranks among the most impressive in the country. Each locker is made of solid maple and features a convenient storage system for equipment and is also equipped with a touch screen monitor. The lockers are hand-made and custom designed with individual electronic security locks and a unique ventilation system that pulls air through and out of the locker.

The design of the locker room allows each athlete to have a greater amount of space and personal storage while providing a convenient location next to the equipment room.

After a hot two-a-day session or long practice, Husker football players can cool down in the cold plunge tanks within the shower area in the locker room.

Players' Lounge

Nebraska players can relax between classes, meetings or practice in the Husker players' lounge, located on the second floor of the Tom and Nancy Osborne Athletic Complex. The room features an area for players to study, video games and a pool table. The lounge is decorated with photos of past Husker greats who are currently playing in the National Football League.

Auditorium & Meeting Rooms

Nebraska's meeting space more than doubled with the completion of the Tom and Nancy Osborne Athletic Complex in 2006. The large team room provides space for about 160 people and allows coaches to utilize the most advanced technology as it is equipped with theatre-quality sound and video systems. The team meeting room is one of several teaching areas on the football floor, as each position coach has a meeting room directly across the hall from his office. Players and coaches each have more space to view game or practice video, giving them a greater edge in preparing for competition.