Nebraska Unveils Unique Sideline Seating

Continuing its recent tradition of providing unprecedented game-day access to fans, the Nebraska Athletic Department has unveiled 38 field-level seats at Memorial Stadium for the 2005 campaign.

With a pass to the newest portion of Memorial Stadium-the Nebraska Sideline Club-fans will get a closer look at one of collegiate football's most storied programs.

"The Nebraska Sideline Club will be a great way for fans to be right in the middle of the action," said Associate A.D. for Development Paul Meyers. "It will give fans a chance to be within reach of the team when it warms up and during the game. Nebraska Sideline Club members will be able to sit inside or outside at field level during the game, another game-day feature that can not be found anywhere except at Nebraska"

Currently being built in the southeast field-level corner of the stadium, the Nebraska Sideline Club will be the only on-field suite of its kind in college football. Members will have access to outdoor seating less than 10 feet from the end zone, and the club area will also have indoor seating for 38, with plasma screen televisions, food and private restrooms also available on game day.

A Nebraska Sideline Club pass, which also includes a game ticket and parking access, costs $5,000 per person and is good for one season with no donation required. Seats were open to the general public and sold out earlier this week.

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