Nebraska football was only 4-8 in 2018, but that hasn't done much to diminish hype for Scott Frost's Huskers. Some are even penciling the team in to rebound and win the Big Ten West in year two.
That is asking a lot of the program. No matter what happens, we know the team will be announcing sell-outs for every home date this fall, barring something legitimately shocking going down.
The Huskers have a sell-out streak dating back to 1962. There was some, including legendary coach Tom Osborne, thought that the streak may snap at some point, but the Frost hire put an end to those concerns.
Even so, not every home game is created equal.
Right now on secondary market site Vivid Seats, the cheapest "get in" price for a 2019 Nebraska home game is $28, while the highest is $154.
That high-end number should come as no surprise: it is for the Ohio State game on Sept. 28, the Huskers' third home game and fifth overall game of the year.
The cheapest home game as of now, per Vivid Seats, is Oct. 26 against Indiana.
The Huskers also host South Alabama, Northern Illinois, Northwestern, Wisconsin, and Iowa. Overall, it is a pretty favorable home schedule for Frost's program, with most of the marquee games at home.