I bet you can't find 10 Hawks who bought ISU season tickets
Someone earlier posted the link from HawkeyeNation about squawk fans speculating that ISU has sold 35,000 season tickets because squawk fans bought 10 or 15 thousand and sold the rest. Does any sane person really believe that a squawk fan would shell out $350 per ticket and then try to figure out how to sell the remaining 6 games? How? And to whom? They are out of their collective minds. And a person under 25 or 30 year old can buy a season ticket for the reduced price of $190, but this requires them to become a National Cyclone Club member and contribute an additional $50 to the club. Hmmm. I wonder how many twenty-something squaks are now members of the Cyclone Club? That probably doesn't look good on your squawk resume.
Re: I bet you can't find 10 Hawks who bought ISU season tickets
I bet the majority of trailer folk that bought em, just switched from Marlboro's to the cheap generic cigs, and boughts $125/150(i forget) hillside tix.
I cant wait to hear em ***** and moan about sitting on the hilside and how our stadium blows because thqat is their only experience with JTS. Yes, the hillside sucks... a lot! But they should know better than to sit there, even for one game.
I would bet around 1,000 hawks bought season tix, the cheap ones of course. Plus the 4,000 given to Iowa, they will be highly out numbered, the way it should be.
With less fans there for Iowa, they wont be as loud and annoying on the way into the stadium, but they definately wont say a word when they leave halfway through the 3rd qtr.
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