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After Last Year's Rose Bowl Victory, Michigan State Expects Near Record Season-Ticket Sales
Published August 12, 2014
HIGH SCORE: In Seattle, Adam Jude reported the Univ. of Washington as of last week had "sold 43,398 season tickets for the 2014 football season," which is 92% of the '13 total of 46,978. Those figures "do not include student-ticket sales." The school had the "highest increase in home attendance of any FBS program" in '13, with an "average of 68,769 fans for seven games at the new $280 million Husky Stadium" (SEATTLETIMES.com, 8/11).