Nebraska Football Offices
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The football offices and meeting areas on the second floor of the Tom and Nancy Osborne Complex are the most advanced and complete in the nation. The main lobby to the floor overlooks the building's atrium and 40-foot waterfall, providing a spectacular entrance to the finest facility in the country. Football Entrance
Nebraska's meeting space more than doubled with the completion of the Tom and Nancy Osborne Athletic Complex. 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. Football Auditorium
The team meeting room is one of several 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. Football Auditorium

The Osborne Athletic Complex provides Husker student-athletes with a tremendous advantage as everything they need to prepare for competition is all in one area. Athletes have easy access to the football offices, including position and video rooms, which are one floor above the strength complex, athletic medicine area and locker room.

 

View from Coach Blake's Office 

Husker coaches have a tremendous view of Nebraska's new weight room, which is 40 percent bigger than the one that set the standard around the nation in the 1980s and 1990s. Each coaches' office overlooks the strength complex, giving them a birds-eye-view of the work being done every day during the season. 

View from Coach Jordan's Office

Nebraska has captured five national titles in football since 1970 and is the winningest program in the nation during that period. The Huskers' five national titles, including three Sears Trophies from 1994, 1995 and 1997 - are prominently displayed in the main corridor of the football area.

National Championship Trophies