The University of Tennessee has a problem that most athletics departments around the country would love to have.
As of this week, UT has sold about 61,500 football season tickets.
The problem: That figure is about 11,000 short of the 72,500 season tickets that are available and more than 2,000 behind sales at this point last year.
Although nobody on the premises appears to be in panic mode yet, it is cause for concern. Unsold season tickets add up — fast. At $390 a pop, the current shortfall amounts to about $4.3 million.
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