Student Tickets Sold Out For Hawkeye Football

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Student Tickets Sold Out For Hawkeye Football

IOWA CITY, Iowa
-- University of Iowa football student season tickets have sold out for the seven home games in Kinnick Stadium. The announcement was made Thursday by the UI Athletics Ticket Office.

Individual game tickets located in the public areas of the stadium will be offered for select games at a student rate. Students should monitor hawkeyesports.com/studenttickets for further information.

Tickets are issued and sold only by the UI Athletics Ticket Office and its authorized agents. Persons buying tickets from other entities do so at their own risk. Students should use caution if buying tickets from unauthorized outlets and are strongly encouraged to use the online ticket transfer process if receiving a ticket from another individual. Iowa Athletics reserves the right to cancel any ticket purchases, less fees, made for the purpose of resale without notification.

The Hawkeyes open the season with three consecutive home dates. Iowa hosts South Dakota State on Sept. 3 (11 a.m., FS1) and Iowa State on Sept. 10 (3 p.m., BTN) in the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series. The final nonconference contest is Sept. 17 versus Nevada (6:30 p.m., BTN).

Iowa hosts Michigan for the ANF Black & Gold Spirit game (Oct. 1, TBA) and Northwestern for homecoming (Oct. 29, 2/2:30 p.m.). Following these matchups are trophy rivalry games with Wisconsin (Nov. 12, TBA) and Nebraska (Nov. 25, 3 p.m., BTN).

Student season tickets to Iowa men’s basketball are still available. Students can purchase men’s basketball season tickets at hawkeyesports.com/studenttickets.
 
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Student Tickets Sold Out For Hawkeye Football

IOWA CITY, Iowa
-- University of Iowa football student season tickets have sold out for the seven home games in Kinnick Stadium. The announcement was made Thursday by the UI Athletics Ticket Office.

Individual game tickets located in the public areas of the stadium will be offered for select games at a student rate. Students should monitor hawkeyesports.com/studenttickets for further information.

Tickets are issued and sold only by the UI Athletics Ticket Office and its authorized agents. Persons buying tickets from other entities do so at their own risk. Students should use caution if buying tickets from unauthorized outlets and are strongly encouraged to use the online ticket transfer process if receiving a ticket from another individual. Iowa Athletics reserves the right to cancel any ticket purchases, less fees, made for the purpose of resale without notification.

The Hawkeyes open the season with three consecutive home dates. Iowa hosts South Dakota State on Sept. 3 (11 a.m., FS1) and Iowa State on Sept. 10 (3 p.m., BTN) in the annual Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series. The final nonconference contest is Sept. 17 versus Nevada (6:30 p.m., BTN).

Iowa hosts Michigan for the ANF Black & Gold Spirit game (Oct. 1, TBA) and Northwestern for homecoming (Oct. 29, 2/2:30 p.m.). Following these matchups are trophy rivalry games with Wisconsin (Nov. 12, TBA) and Nebraska (Nov. 25, 3 p.m., BTN).

Student season tickets to Iowa men’s basketball are still available. Students can purchase men’s basketball season tickets at hawkeyesports.com/studenttickets.
Now if we could only get the same level of enthusiasm and support from the students for the Iowa Men's Basketball program.
 

MeetTheFerentz

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I'm not really opposed to it. Just interesting that the students are not given the best seats for football, yet they sell out the section(s) allocated to them. Why is that? I have my opinions.
It's always been that way. Football Saturdays are a social event. Basketball games not so much. Student attendance (and all attendance, actually) depends much more on team success in basketball than football.
 

DodgerHawki

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Find ways to make tailgating (drinking/partying) accessible and you'll get them to show up.........probably have to turn them back even.
It's an interesting point on the overall gameday experience at CHA, which sucks. Focus is not on the game, PA announcer has to get the ad reads in, which is more important than engaging fans in timeouts or doing anything to pump up the crowd. Serious question, does Iowa do any surveys of the experience at other arenas in the conference?
 

onlyTheObvious

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Now if we could only get the same level of enthusiasm and support from the students for the Iowa Men's Basketball program.
Nice weather. Chicks in minimal clothing. Unlimited mostly free alcohol massive amounts of mostly free food.

do that and people would watch damn near anything.