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Courtney Martinez | NCAA.com | September 29, 2015

Nebraska releases 360 interactive video of tunnel walk at Memorial Stadium

Folks in the state of Nebraska love their Huskers football and flood the streets of Lincoln before every home game. The loyal "Sea of Red" never fails to fill up Memorial Stadium and currently holds a NCAA-record for consecutive sellouts, a streak that started in 1962.

Now, Nebraska fans and viewers alike can experience the electricity of game day at Memorial Stadium.

Nebraska released an interactive 360-degree video this week to allow viewers the chance to see the Huskers emerge from their famous tunnel walk entrance. Viewers can drag the screen and see every vantage point Memorial Stadium has to offer during the team's entrance.

Nebraska isn't the first school to release these cool panoramic videos. Clemson and Tennessee recorded 360-degree angles of their famous entrances, too.

With as many awesome entrances there are in college football, let's hope these videos keep coming.

 

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