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Kansas State ties school record for sellouts with six
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MANHATTAN — All four of K-State’s remaining football games have been declared sellouts as department officials announced today that all tickets to the October 27 matchup with Texas Tech have been sold.

The sellout gives K-State six this season, which ties the school record for capacity crowds in a season originally set back in 1999.

The latest announcement marks the 14th sellout at Bill Snyder Family Stadium since the 2009 season and the eighth time since the 1999 stadium expansion that multiple games will be at full capacity in the same season.

Texas Tech and Texas (Dec. 1) could return a small portion of their visiting team ticket allotment for each of their games. If available, more details and information regarding these potential tickets will be announced at a later date. Also, department officials announced yesterday that a limited number of standing room only tickets for the October 6 KU game are available for purchase. These tickets, priced at $75, can be purchased online at or by phone at 1-800-221-CATS.

K-State, ranked seventh in the week’s Associated Press poll, has a bye this week before hosting in-state rival Kansas on Saturday, Oct. 6, in the annual Sunflower Showdown. The sold-out contest will kick at 11:05 a.m., and will be televised nationally by FX.