The Durham Museum in Omaha is opening an exhibit Sunday that will celebrate the history of football in Omaha.
"100 Yards of Glory" dates back to the University of Nebraska's first game, a 10-0 victory against the Omaha YMCA men's team in 1890. From there, the exhibit explores the games, the players, the coaches and the trophies that have defined football excellence in Omaha for 120 years.
The exhibit spans the high school, college and professional ranks. Fans will be encouraged to visit The Durham Museum website (through the link below) to cast their votes for the best football players to come out of Omaha.
The museum is at 801 S. Tenth St. Admission is free for members
and children age 2 and under; $7 for adults; $6 for seniors; and $5
for children 3-12.
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