That doesn't even include everyone involved specifically with the football program. Sure, bare-bones staff at UNL. I have no idea how TO keeps that place running. I mean, they only have one employee who's job is to oversee Handicap Accessable seating!
As far as the police force, don't these college towns already hold at least 6 home games during the regular season? How would a playoff game be that much of a difference in terms of dealing with the public? Maybe I'm missing something with that. Sure, you're going to get more visiting fans, people associated with the BCS/NCAA, and media. That's not going to cause chaos in the streets. Those with the BCS/NCAA and media are there to work, not to get drunk and potentially cause trouble. (unless your Brent Musburger )
Additionally, these games would likely be played during Winter break for most schools, which mean fewer students, and fewer other events on the campus.