Nebraska football season ticket prices will remain the same on a per-game basis in 2013.
The athletic department announced Thursday that public season ticket holders will pay $56 a game for eight home games or $448 total. University faculty and staff will pay $53 a game or $424 total. Students will pay $23 a game or $184 total.
Single-game prices will be $60 each for non-conference games against Wyoming, Southern Miss and South Dakota State. The non-conference match-up with UCLA and Big Ten home contests against Illinois, Northwestern, Michigan State and Iowa will all be priced at $75 each.
The Huskers are playing eight home games for the first time since 2008. Nebraska will enter the 2013 season with an NCAA-record 325 consecutive sellouts dating back to 1962.