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Saturday night’s game approaching a sellout

And now, a ticket update from Jen Smith of the Herald-Leader. As of this afternoon, UK has sold 55,600 tickets for the Georgia game, a figure that’s up 2,650 from Monday morning. If you’re keeping count, that’s roughly 1,000 tickets sold per day this week.

On Monday, Mark Stoops issued a call to fans to #PackCWS.

“I think it’s very important to se the stadium filled. I think our players would love to see that happen. Our fanbase has been – there’s been a lot of loyal fans to us and we just need more. We need more people in there to fill it up. I’d love to see it filled. Again, to make no bones about it, when we see it filled, I expect our team to play at a high level to make those fans proud.”

A search of ye olde Ticketmaster seat map shows plenty of seats still left in the lower level end zone and upper deck:


Need more motivation? Check out UK’s Super Bowl commercial, which they revamped and replayed during last night’s World Series game.

Before you run through that wall, go to to secure your seat for Saturday.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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6 Comments for Saturday night’s game approaching a sellout

  1. 3Goggles
    3:05 pm November 2, 2016 Permalink

    I’d love to see it filled. But man, ask for a packed house and lay an egg…that might be tough to bounce back from. Only because every time they ask the fans to show up, they do and then we leave let down. Go cats! Beat the Dawgs!!

  2. KatsKlaws
    3:10 pm November 2, 2016 Permalink

    Well Stoops, it sounds like they are coming to see ya…you better give them what they want…

  3. onsides
    3:14 pm November 2, 2016 Permalink

    Hope it’s a sellout, because seats for Austin Peay will be plentiful (although upper level seats for that game are only $45.). On another note, seats for the Independence Bowl start at $30.

    • ukkatzfan
      5:49 pm November 2, 2016 Permalink

      Why do you say AP seats will be plentiful ?

  4. ClutchCargo
    3:56 pm November 2, 2016 Permalink

    I’m kinda thinking they should cancel this game so 1. and 2. don’t get disappointed, Just in case we lose or something. Actually, I’m doubting 2. is even a UK fan.

  5. EdC
    4:23 pm November 2, 2016 Permalink

    I hope we can all agree that this group of players works hard and tries their best win or lose. When you have Alabama players saying your team is one of the hardest hitting they have played against (and he wasn’t just talking about this season) it should mean something.

    All else aside the players deserve to see a full house for what their effort has produced already this season.