But management still expects other Big Ten fan-bases to fill the void.
"We are staffing a little bit less because Nebraska is not here, I am however still staffing up because Iowa is going to be in it and I believe they travel really well, we think Minnesota will travel really well," says Ramos.
Over at the Hook and Lime, they'll be hand squeezing a lot more limes despite the lack of Husker games at TD Ameritrade Park. That's because they are also hoping for a strong turnout from out of towners.
"There's a lot of excitement for the Huskers but we didn't really change our expectations for the number of people that are going to be down here because I think the Big 10 teams travel, well their fan bases are great,” says Malm.
Malm is also hoping for a sunny forecast this week.
"Obviously we're hoping for really good weather to go along with it because we have a very large patio so we almost double in size when the weather is nice,” says Malm.
The Big Ten Tournament begins this coming Wednesday and will wrap up Sunday with as many as 15 games being played at the park in just a five day span.