SMU puts additional Skillet tickets on sale

September, 22, 2010
9/22/10
8:33
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Sudden demand for tickets to Friday night's Battle for the Iron Skillet, pitting No. 4 TCU against SMU at Gerald J. Ford Stadium has prompted SMU to begin selling $20 general admission tickets for the south end of the stadium.

In a release issued Wednesday night, SMU says the game is approaching a new stadium attendance record. The current mark is 34,749 set at the 2009 season opener.

The tickets will be available online at SMUMustangs.com and that the athletics ticket office at Ford Stadium.

The Mustangs have won five in a row at home. TCU is the highest-ranked team SMU has played host to since No. 2 Texas in the 1983, and the highest-ranked team SMU has faced since No. 1 Notre Dame in 1989.

For information on ticket availability, call 214-768-4263.

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