I'm going to email Pollard and I suggest those of you that are not students do the same. Why can we not do something like this for everyone? We need to do this like Nebraska does or like the old high school pop scrimmages. People can get in by bringing a can of food for the poor or something and it can get us all rialed up for the Toledo game the week before. Let's take a number like 1500 and turn it into 15000.
ďAlso, I met a lot of Iowa State fans and I donít want to leave any of that behind.Ē - DARIUS DARKS on Staying a CLONE!!!
Well last year they sold out of student season tickets at 7000. This year they increased that number to 7700 but they haven't sold out yet, which definitely needs to happen.
Pollard did state the the student tickets have not all been sold yet but that is the same thing that was said last year at the open practice. I am pretty confident that we will sell out the student section again this year.
Nebraska had 55,000 people at the spring football game. They have their priorities in order for football. Only game in town.
However, their Lil' Red bball team will be miserable - about 3 or 4 real players are returning. Will help Clones to post season tournaments. Any person wanting to start should apply to Lincoln including walk-ons. They finally hired some more assistant coaches. Ranked Creighton will be their first game out of the shoot.
Looking forward to CFH magic for the next bball season, Georges style.
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