June 15th, is the one to watch It’s time to do what Nebraska fans do. That means it’s time to show up and show out.
Treat this article as your save the date for the following three dates.
June 14th.
June 15th.
June 21st.
If you can’t make it to all three dates, then definitely emphasize June 15th. Bring your friends. Bring your families. Let’s get together to show our appreciation for the most underappreciated members of the football team.
The offensive and defensive line.
On June 15th, Nebraska is hosting the first ever National Adidas OL/DL Pipeline camp. This event is going to be free and open to the public.
The OL/DL Pipeline camp will go from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m., and the doors open at 10:30.
Also there were will be two Friday night lights camps on June 14th and June 21st. It will take place between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. on those nights.
This is the following information the University has issued in a statement:

Both Friday Night Lights events will take place from approximately 6-8 p.m., with gates to the stadium open at 5 p.m. Fans may enter the Stadium through Gates 3 (SW corner) and 11 (NW corner).
The OL/DL camp will run from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. on Saturday, June 15 with gates opening at 10:30 a.m.
All seating for the camps will be in the lower bowl of West Stadium, and the West Stadium concourse will not be available.
Restrooms will be available at field level in the northwest and southwest corners, as well as South Stadium. Fans in need of ADA restrooms should access restrooms in the northeast corner.
Fans attending any of the three camps may park in the West Stadium parking garage, and the Champions Club parking lot. Those lots will be cashiered.
Concession stands will not be open, but fans may bring their own water and snacks into the event. Coolers will not be allowed.
Fans are encouraged to travel light to expedite entry into Memorial Stadium.

I have already written a piece about the importance of fans showing up to the OL/DL camp. Where is could these kids who are so integral to a successful football team feel as appreciated as they would in Nebraska?
So let’s make them feel it.

Source: Corn Nation