Ticket Supply for Kansas State Exhausted
AMES, Iowa - The Iowa State Athletics Department has sold all of its tickets (56,800) for Saturday's football game between the 25th-ranked Cyclones and Kansas State.
Iowa State officials announced today that no more reserved or hillside tickets are available for the highly anticipated game between Big 12 rivals.
"We look forward to having the largest home crowd in Iowa State football history," Director of Athletics Jamie Pollard said. "It will be a tremendous home field advantage for the Cyclones."
Fans, who have already secured their tickets, are encouraged to arrive early for the 11 a.m. kickoff.
The Cyclones have drawn crowds of better than 54,000 for all three of its home games this fall. Iowa State currently ranks 34th nationally in attendance among Division 1 schools.