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Nebraska, of course, moves to the state-of-the-art Pinnacle Bank Arena next season. The Devaney Center will remain open, as the school’s volleyball team will call it home.
DEVANEY CENTER 101
Opened: Nov. 27, 1976
Cost: $13 million
Head coaches: Joe Cipriano (1976-80); Moe Iba (1980-86); Danny Nee (1986-2000); Barry Collier (2000-06); Doc Sadler (2006-12); Tim Miles (2012-present)
Great moment: Beat national perennial power Kansas four consecutive seasons (1991-94), all four of the triumphs coming against top-10 Jayhawk teams.
Great B1G moment: Upset No. 11 Indiana, 70-69, on Jan. 18, 2012. HIGHLIGHTS
Retired numbers: No. 42 (Dave Hoppen, 1983-86); No. 52 (Eric Piatkowski, 1991-94)
NCAA history: Hosted 1980, 1984 and 1988 NCAA men’s tourney games, plus 1993 NCAA women’s tourney games.
BOB DEVANEY CENTER LINKS
- All-Devaney Center men’s basketball team
- Devaney Center facts
- Your Devaney Center memories
- Devaney Center celebration set for Minnesota
- Devaney Center basketball days are coming to an end
TWEETS FROM HUSKERS
Here’s a list of tonight’s activities at the Devaney Center:
Husker Legends Autograph Session: 7-7:45 p.m. on the main concourse
Senior Night Ceremony: 7:45 p.m.
Presentation honoring the Devaney Family
Video Tribute to the Devaney Center
Introduction of the All-Devaney Center Team
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