Texas A&M Game Sold Out

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Kansas State athletic officials announced Friday yet another sellout for its nationally-ranked Wildcat men's basketball team, as all single-game tickets to the Texas A&M game on Tuesday have been sold.

The home opener with the Aggies will be the seventh conference sellout for the Wildcats since the department placed single-game tickets for sell on Dec. 14.  Big 12 games with Texas (Jan. 18), Oklahoma State (Jan. 23), Kansas (Jan. 30), Colorado (Feb. 13), Missouri (Feb. 27) and Iowa State (March 6) have already sold out.

Fans who want to see K-State at home this season have only one more opportunity remaining with less than 250 single-game tickets left for the Nebraska game on Feb. 17.  Seats for the game are priced at $25 for bench and Cat Cushion seating and $35 for chairback seating. 

Fans are encouraged to order tickets online at www.kstatesports.com and utilize the "Print at Home" ticket feature of the site to avoid lines at the K-State Athletics Ticket Office in Bramlage Coliseum.  The number to the Ticket Office is toll-free at (800) 221.CATS.

As a reminder, the department also encourages season ticket holders who cannot make any of the Wildcats' home games this season to utilize the Powercat Exchange ticket service through www.kstatesports.com to manage the use of their seats and assure they are being occupied.      

No. 11/10 Kansas State (13-1), winners of 10 in a row, will open Big 12 play on Saturday when they travel to Columbia, Mo., to face the Missouri Tigers (12-3) before a sold-out Mizzou Arena at 1 p.m.  The Tigers own the nation's second-longest home court winning streak at 29 games.  The game will be televised nationally on ESPN2 with Ron Franklin and Fran Fraschilla on the call.