Nebraska game sold out

Not only will millions of people be able to watch Missouri play Nebraska on Oct. 11, but Memorial Stadium will also be packed as the Tigers take on the 'Huskers.

Missouri will certainly have some support when it tries to break its horrendous streak against Nebraska on Oct. 11.

The university announced Tuesday the game is sold out. Only hundreds of tickets remained after the weekend.

But the crowd of 68,349 won't be the only ones able to see the game. Superstation TBS picked up the game for national telecast at 6 p.m., Missouri's third televised game this season.

It will be the first sold out game in Gary Pinkel's three-year tenure at Missouri. It will also be the first sellout since 1999, also against Nebraska. The record crowd at Memorial Stadium is 75,298 against Penn State in 1980.

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