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Nebraska Regent Floats The Idea Of Fans Storing Their Ashes Under Team's Stadium, And Not A Terrible Idea

No one likes to think about what will happen to them when they die, but it's an inevitability. So, why not have a plan in place? 

If you're a diehard (pun intended) Nebraska Cornhuskers fan, one school administrator pitched the idea of letting fans who have kicked the bucket have their ashes stored under the school's appropriately named Memorial Stadium.

The Stadium is due for some renovations and Regent Barbara Weitz floated the idea that the school could add a columbarium — a place where ashes are stored — under the field.

According to the Associated Press, the other administrators laughed at this idea, and Weitz claimed she had suggested it light-heartedly, something I don't buy for a second. I think she put it out there in all seriousness, then when people started goofing on it, she panicked and was like, "Uh… just kidding, guys; I mean, obviously, right? …We like to have fun around here."

There's no need to feel that way because I think Weitz pitched a pretty damn good idea.

She noted that the school is currently facing a $58 million budget shortfall, and Weitz even had plans for how locations for ashes could be priced according to where they're located under the field.

I mean, when you need money — especially in the NIL era — there aren't any bad ideas. In fact, not only is this not a bad idea, it's a legitimately good one.

Morbid, sure; but still good.

There won't be any fans' ashes stored under Memorial Stadium, but it's not a bad idea. (Photo by Steven Branscombe/Getty Images)

"One thing I know best about Nebraska is how much the football team and the volleyball team mean," Weitz said. "We really do love our sports teams and follow them everywhere. It’s part of being a Nebraskan. So why wouldn’t being buried