Whoever thought they could get me to pay more than the price of a season ticket to watch drake was on crack. I am annoyed about this game because it is one less decent game in the season ticket package.
Tickets go on sale to the public today. I sent in a pre order and don't think I ever received a notice on whether or not my order was able to be fulfilled. Anyone's else received anything?
Got mine in Saturdays mail
U of OWA ... HOME OF THE FERENTZ "LOW RENT" GRADUATES OF THE SCHOOL OF MORAL TURPITUDE ....THE LEADING UNIVERSITY of SELECTIVE ETHICS......PROUD TO BE ETHICS-FREE, INTEGRITY-FREE .
NO INTEGRITY, NO "I" IN OWA
CAN YOU TELL I LOVE THE U OF OWA
In the future they need to play this game before the ISU vs Iowa game.
I think that will drum up alot more interest. Schedule may not have been flexible this year, but I hope they get this right in the future.
I agree. There will be fans more willing to watch the other team play out of curiosity. I'm surprised that tickets are going as well as they are. No way I'd buy a ticket to this thing even if it was across the street. I'm not paying for two games with only interest for one.
I'm pumped for this event, there's no such thing as too much college basketball. Sure it may not be a sold out crowd but its 4 teams that care about beating each other. I think it'll take a few years to really hit its stride but eventually it will be a really cool event. Like it or not both ISU and Iowa have positive momentum right now, imagine in a few years if one or both teams are rated, this will be a tough ticket.
I doubt it. It may be a sellout down the road but tickets won't be "tough" unless Drake gets a pulse.
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