Arizona State University has exhausted its allotment of tickets for its road game against Notre Dame on Oct. 5, 2013, at Cowboys Stadium, and does not have any more tickets available.
This will be the Sun Devils' largest regular season road crowd on record, topping the 2004 game against Arizona by more than three times.
"This is a very exciting time to be a Sun Devil football fan and to have this many supporters already committed to wearing the Maroon and Gold is proof that we are on the verge of something special," Associate Athletic Director for Revenue Generation Steve Hank said. "This is a testament to the loyalty of our great fans, the hard work put in head coach Todd Graham and our football student-athletes, and the dedication of university as a whole to back a winning product."
Notre Dame will release tickets to the general public beginning Tuesday, July 23, and fans should visit www.und.com/tickets for tickets.
Tickets are still available for the official Sun Devil Tailgate in Dallas, hosted by the ASU Alumni Association, ASU Foundation and Sun Devil Club, prior to the start of the game at 1010 Collins Entertainment Center, located within walking distance of Cowboys Stadium. More information is available on thesundevils.com/ot/notredametailgate.
ASU students will be contacted in August for the opportunity to purchase either a bus trip to the game or individual game tickets.
The Notre Dame game has been designated as the Sun Devil Club annual donor trip for Maroon, Silver, Varsity and Golden Angels. For questions regarding the donor trip, contact the Sun Devil Club offices at 480-727-7700.
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