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John Fey shows off his ticket stubs from Nebraska's 1971 “Game of the Century” against Oklahoma and the Cornhuskers' 1984 Orange Bowl against Miami on Aug. 6, 2021, in Papillion, Neb. Traditional tickets on cardstock began fading away in the last decade with the advent of print-at-home tickets and digital, or mobile, ticketing systems requiring fans to have a barcode on their smartphones scanned at the gate. (Eric Olson/AP)

John Fey shows off his ticket stubs from Nebraska's 1971 “Game of the Century” against Oklahoma and the Cornhuskers' 1984 Orange Bowl against Miami on Aug. 6, 2021, in Papillion, Neb. Traditional tickets on cardstock began fading away in the last decade with the advent of print-at-home tickets and digital, or mobile, ticketing systems requiring fans to have a barcode on their smartphones scanned at the gate. (Eric Olson/AP)

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