What does it mean when Nebraska football gets the Tech Football nickname?

Posted February 08, 2019 08:17:59 It’s official: Tech Football, the brand for Nebraska’s football program, is officially named Tech Football.

Tech Football is the nickname that was initially used for Nebraska from 1998-2010.

It was also used for the school’s basketball program from 1999-2006.

The name is not official yet, but the program is looking for a new moniker to be adopted, said coach Dave Coyle, who spoke on Wednesday about the announcement.

Coyle said he believes the name will make a good fit for the Cornhuskers program.

“It’s really cool.

It’s a little different than the other sports, it’s different from some other sports.

It kind of fits with the style of the team,” he said.

“I think that’s what we’re trying to do.”

The university has yet to announce a name for the team, though it’s been in talks with a few.

Tech announced last month it will be naming a new logo for the football program.

Tech’s logo is the top of a blue oval, with a red triangle on the center.

Clements team has been named the 2013-14 Big Ten champion, the 2014 Big Ten regular-season and national champions and the 2014-15 Big Ten Championship game champion.

It’s not the first time Tech has been the name for a program.

In the early 1990s, the Nebraska football team was named Tech.

The program changed its name to Nebraska Tech in 2002 and is now called Nebraska.