Texas game becomes K-State’s fifth sellout

By The Mercury

Kansas State’s 2012 regular season finale against Texas has become the Wildcats’ fifth football sellout this season, department officials announced Wednesday.

The five sellouts this season are one shy of the school record as the 1999 season saw six games at full capacity. With just limited seating available for the Oct. 27 Texas Tech game, K-State is on track to tie that record and also approach school records in both average and total attendance for a single season.

The sellout crowd will be the 13th at Bill Snyder Family Stadium since the 2009 season and mark the eighth time since the 1999 stadium expansion that multiple games will be at full capacity in the same season.

Oklahoma State could return a small portion of its visiting team ticket allotment. If available, more details and information regarding these potential tickets will be announced at a later date.

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