$13 tickets for Memphis


(Patrick) #1

(Patrick) #2

hmmmm…


(Ricky ) #3

Ouch…


#5

I thought the lower bowl sold out before the season started?


(Patrick) #6

There’s a couple here and there that didn’t sell.

131&132 are the visiting sections, but Memphis won’t bring a big crowd on a Thursday night.


(David) #7

So you are saying the Blackout thing will only happen if they shut off the lights for the upper decks?


#8

You could give the tickets away and it wouldn’t come close to selling out. I will be there at 7 like pretty much everyone on this board.


(shharper01) #9

at least the lower bowl looks good on TV, except the club seats.


#10

Invisible out


#11

The club section next to me has been full all year.


(CoogNation_14) #12

I’ll be there 30 min before and will stay the entire game. As a season ticket holder and fan, I stay till the end.#GoCoogs :disappointed_relieved::fist:


(shharper01) #13

That’s great. Only comment is that it looks less full on TV because a decent portion are in the club while the game is going on and seats are wider. Rest of the bottom bowl looks a bit fuller. Club (and suite) patrons are arguably our most important fans. But I love the student section! Pack 'em in tonight!


#14

Agree, and I don’t know about the other sections but in comparison to the past it has looked better. We’ll see especially after Tulsa. I agree, they all need to be packed especially since the weather is much cooler.


(Cary) #15

Tickets on secondary sites going for $8. Yes, $8… and there are tons of them.


(Greg Wirthmann) #16

Just think how great we looked last year during the Louisville game and now this. Its amazing how far we have fallen so quickly. I guess its the nature of college football and hopefully we’ll bounce back soon.


#17

Coog football this year is very very boring and the empty seats prove it.


(shharper01) #18

Last year, I sold my UofL tickets for $15 each three days before the game.


(Patrick) #19

30,001 tonight