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    Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    ISU is doing quite well in tickets sold at 5000.

    Big East bowl ticket sales - Big East Blog - ESPN



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    Wow. Halfway across the country to a snowbowl = half of the home team's tickets?

    Nice.



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSTATCyclone View Post
    Wow. Halfway across the country to a snowbowl = half of the home team's tickets?

    Nice.
    And considering the fact Rutgers is giving away student tickets for free.



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    It is a little sad for WVU who has only sold 6,000 of their allotment to the Orange Bowl, but we are doing pretty well.



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by longtimeclone View Post
    It is a little sad for WVU who has only sold 6,000 of their allotment to the Orange Bowl, but we are doing pretty well.
    What? Is that true?

    West Virginia ticket sales lagging for Orange Bowl appearance | syracuse.com

    By gum, you are right.

    Whoa. That's horrible. For the Orange Bowl? Ye cats. That's what Iowa sold (probably more) for a freaking return game to the Insight!

    I would not have guessed that.

    Disappointing showing out of WVU. That simply makes no sense.



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    ISU rocks.



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    What does Yankee stadium hold set up for football? 40-45ish?



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluffers View Post
    What does Yankee stadium hold set up for football? 40-45ish?
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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by Bluffers View Post
    What does Yankee stadium hold set up for football? 40-45ish?
    I think its about 50...and I don't know if this is correctbut I heard they fill the rest of the seats with Yankee season ticket holders.


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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    I am going on a limb and saying 9,000 ISU fans at the Pinstripe Bowl.



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    That's why we're a sleeping giant. We're ready to go big-time.

    I do have to ask one question: Is this an honest discussion?


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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    That's why we're a sleeping giant. We're ready to go big-time.

    I do have to ask one question: Is this an honest discussion?
    Dishonestly, I must disagree with you.

    These giants never sleep.




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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    That Orange bowl attendance is going to be P.A.T.H.E.T.I.C

    K-State fans would have flooded that place.


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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by longtimeclone View Post
    It is a little sad for WVU who has only sold 6,000 of their allotment to the Orange Bowl, but we are doing pretty well.
    Not to dog on a new B12 team, but West Virginia is historically one of the poorest states in the country and the economy's not exactly booming.

    I've read that Iowa has been one of the least affected states. I know Des Moines property values have sunk less than almost all other cities.



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    Re: Pinstripe Tickets Sold: Rutgers 10,000 and ISU 5000

    Quote Originally Posted by The_Architect View Post
    That Orange bowl attendance is going to be P.A.T.H.E.T.I.C

    K-State fans would have flooded that place.

    Let's go over this again for everyone. Don't go by the 'tickets sold' #. This is based on the allotment to the school. Most people can get better tickets for half the price at other places. Let's not get carried away with the pathetic stuff at this point.



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