Available; Nearly 25,000 Remain for States Big Game
Tenn. - With sales lagging for the Vanderbilt-Tennessee football
game on November 23 in the Nashville Coliseum, Commodore athletic
officials are taking several steps to help promote the 96th
meeting of the intrastate rivals.
The athletic department will partner with Comcast and a broad
network of Tennessee radio and television stations to promote
ticket sales, Vanderbilt Director of Marketing Owen Shull
We are working with media outlets across the state
so fans realize that good seats still remain. We expect an
active week of ticket sales as we think this game sets up
to be one of the most competitive in several years. Two years
ago in the Coliseum, this game created a special atmosphere
that was enjoyed and appreciated by the players and fans alike,
Almost 25,000 tickets remain available for the Commodore-Vol
game as of Thursday, according to athletic department officials.
In 2000, Vanderbilt dropped a 28-26 thriller before a capacity
crowd in the Nashville Coliseum.
Both the Commodores and Volunteers are on the road playing
Southeastern Conference opponents Saturday. Vanderbilt, 2-8
overall, travels to Lexington to play the 6-4 Kentucky Wildcats.
Tennessee goes to Starkville for an encounter against Mississippi
Saturday, Nov. 23
Kickoff: 11:30 a.m.
Tickets: $75, $50, $40
Are Available at TicketMaster Outlets
For information, www.ticketmaster.com,