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Cowboy Up: Oklahoma State Bullish On Setting Record Ticket Sales Mark In '14
Published August 6, 2014
SEA OF RED: In Louisville, Jeff Greer notes the Univ. of Louisville today announced it has sold a “record number of football season tickets heading into the 2014 season,” the school’s first year as part of the ACC. UL sold 46,149 season tickets and sold out the “luxury suites at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium for the first time.” The season-ticket figure breaks the previous record "set last year when U of L sold 45,627 ahead of the 2013 season" (COURIER-JOURNAL.com, 8/6).