Reserved Seating for Kent State Game Sold Out

Head Coach Bill Snyder

Sept. 13, 2011

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State athletics officials announced Tuesday that all reserved tickets to Saturday’s game against Kent State have been sold out and that only 500 general admission seats in section 28 remain on sale for the contest.

Following a sellout crowd of 50,292 fans for the season opener against Eastern Kentucky, K-State eyes its second-straight sellout and the sixth in the last eight home games. Kansas State was one of only 14 schools in the country in week one to sell out its football stadium, while K-State ranked seventh nationally in percent capacity after week one.

The general admission tickets in section 28 are on sale for $20 apiece or four for $75. Those tickets can be purchased through the K-State Athletics Ticket Office online at www.k-statesports.com/tickets, by phone at 1-800-221-CATS or by visiting the ticket office inside Bramlage Coliseum.

Fans should continue to allow for extra time on their trip to Manhattan as several major road construction projects in and around the city could impact gameday traffic. The most significant of the projects is the continuing work on K-18 between Ogden and Manhattan on the west side of the city.

Additionally, fans traveling from both east and west to Manhattan on I-70 will encounter road work. East of Manhattan, repair of the bridges spanning Deep Creek Road (mile marker 316) has resulted in traffic being reduced to one lane in each direction over the bridges. West of Manhattan on I-70, pavement is being patched in both the eastbound and westbound lanes at various points from approximately 8 miles east of Abilene to the Geary/Riley County line.

The contest against the Golden Flashes, which will also feature the annual Band Day and University Family Day celebration, can be seen nationally on Fox College Sports beginning at 6 p.m.

K-State Gameday, featuring former Wildcat great Mark Simoneau, will be broadcast world-wide in high definition beginning at 5:15 p.m., on K-StateHD.TV, while the postgame show will immediately follow the game. To subscribe for the service, log on to www.k-statehd.tv.