Below is a look at every non-conference game the Nebraska Huskers have on their schedule.Here is the schedule, per FBSchedules:2019: Aug. 31: vs. South Alabama Sept. 7: at Colorado Sept. 14: vs. Northern Illinois2020: Sept. 12: vs. Central Michigan Sept. 19: vs. South Dakota State Sept. 26: vs. Cincinnati2021: Sept. 4: vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 11: vs. Buffalo Sept. 18: at Oklahoma2022: Sept. 3: vs. North Dakota Sept. 10: vs. Georgia Southern Sept. 17: vs. Oklahoma2023: Sept.9: at Colorado Sept. 16: vs. Northern Illinois2024: Aug. 31: vs. South Dakota State Sept. 7: vs. Colorado2025: Sept. 6: vs. Akron Sept. 13: at Cincinnati 2026: Sept. 12: vs. Tennessee Sept.19: vs. North Dakota 2027: Sept. 11: at Tennessee2028: Sept. 9: vs. South Dakota State Sept. 16: vs. Arizona2029: Sept. 15: at Oklahoma2030: Sept. 14: vs. Oklahoma2031: Sept. 7: at Arizona LINCOLN, NE – SEPTEMBER 08: The Nebraska Cornhuskers flag after a touchdown against the Colorado Buffaloes at Memorial Stadium on September 8, 2018 in Lincoln, Nebraska. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)Things are really looking up for the Nebraska Cornhuskers under head coach Scott Frost. Despite their 4-8 season last year they’ve been recruiting well and have some solid building blocks for the future.Speaking of the Huskers’ future, their schedule offers plenty of opportunities to make some serious noise in the years ahead. The schedule consists of six West Division opponents, a rotating schedule of three East Division opponents, and three non-conference opponents.Their 2019 East Division opponents will be Ohio State, Indiana, and Maryland. In 2020, they’ll get Ohio State again, along with Rutgers, and Penn State.While the Big Ten is always a tough schedule, the non-conference schedule isn’t overly daunting.