Only SRO tickets remain for Armed Forces Bowl

December, 29, 2010
12/29/10
9:03
AM CT
SMU announced that it has sold out its allotment of 10,000 tickets for the Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl and only standing-room tickets remain for Thursday's game vs. Army at Gerald J. Ford Stadium on the SMU campus.

Standing room-only tickets are available for $10 each.

Kickoff is at 11 a.m. Thursday. The game will be televised on ESPN, broadcast on ESPN 103.3 FM and streamed live on ESPNDallas.com. You also can watch the game live on ESPN3.com.

"As I stated earlier, the demand is similar to what we saw earlier this season for the SMU-TCU game," SMU athletic director Steve Orsini said in a statement. "We are extremely proud of how the Mustang Nation responded and we believe Ford Stadium will offer another great college game day atmosphere on December 30th."
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