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LSU Athletic Foundation Approves Plans To Expand South End Of Tiger Stadium
Published February 29, 2012
PRIORITY SEATING: In Detroit, Eric Lacy notes less than a week after the Univ. of Michigan men's basketball team finished 15-1 at the renovated Crisler Center, athletic department officials "unveiled a seat-reconfiguration plan designed to give priority seating privileges to longtime season-ticket holders and donors." Season-ticket holders "will have to pay anywhere from $50-$7,500 per seat in what athletic department officials call a 'personal seat donation' to secure their spot for the 2012-13 season and earn points for priority seating." Season-ticket holders will be "awarded one priority point for each year of consecutive ticket purchases" dating to '92-93 (DETROIT NEWS, 2/29).