Coug fans relinquishing home field vs. Ducks?

THE LATEST TICKET sales count for WSU's game against Oregon at Seattle's Century Link Field on Sept. 29 would suggest that the stadium is going to be sporting a whole lot of green and yellow -- unless Cougar fans act quickly.

Paul Finn, WSU's director of ticket operations, tells CF.C the number of tickets sold as of noon Tuesday stood at 32,500.

There are nine days left before WSU opens ticket sales to the general public. Until Aug. 4, tickets are only available to WSU season ticket holders and contributors to the Cougar Athletic Fund.

Coug fans who are not donors to the CAF or season ticket holders are highly encouraged, said Finn, to buy through on August 4 right at 10 a.m. in order to get the best tickets available.

Century Link holds 67,000. If ticket sales do not see a significant bump between now and Aug. 4, it's not inconceivable that somewhere around half the stadium could be filled with Duck fans.

IMPORTANT NOTE: WSU season ticket holders and contributors to the CAF can purchase as many tickets as they want, (prices ranging from $10 to the $80 club seats.)

To buy tickets and for more information, CLICK HERE.

  • In a letter sent out June 25, Mike Leach emphasized the importance of Coug Fans to fill up Century Link. "I have heard on multiple occasions that there will be just as many Oregon fans at the game as Cougar fans," wrote Leach. "I refuse to even fathom that notion…This is our game, Seattle is our town, and you as a Cougar fan have exclusive access to purchase tickets before they go on sale to the general public." You can read the letter here..

  • A year ago for the WSU-Oregon State matchup in Seattle, WSU had sold about 35,000 tickets when sales were opened to the general public.

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