Tickets still remain for the University of Colorado men’s basketball team’s exhibition game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Sunday, Oct. 30, in which all ticket proceeds will go toward survivors and first responders of last December’s devastating Marshall Fire in Boulder County.
With tipoff scheduled for 4 p.m., and gates opening at 3 p.m., the exhibition will be the first opportunity for fans to see the 2022–23 Buffaloes while also contributing to a great cause.
Tickets are $20 for chairback seating, $15 for bench seating and just $5 for students. Proceeds will go directly to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund. Tickets are available online or by visiting the ticket office located in the Champions Center. Survivors and first responders can claim complimentary tickets to the game by clicking here.
The exhibition is a collaboration between the CU Boulder Department of Athletics and the Community Foundation Boulder County, which has been working closely with government, business and nonprofit partners to address the immediate, short- and long-term needs of the community following the Marshall Fire.
Many survivors are still struggling to recover, and this exhibition game will put much-needed funds in the hands of those who need it, while providing survivors and first responders an exciting afternoon of college basketball.
The 2022–23 Buffaloes look to use this season to continue to build on their recent success, which includes four-straight 20-win seasons and a pair of Pac-12 Conference top-four finishes.