Tickets stills available for Tennessee-Florida

tickets still available

According to a University of Tennessee official, about 2,000 tickets remained for tonight’s Tennessee-Florida game at Thompson-Boling Arena as of Monday afternoon.

Most are available in the arena’s upper level. The university is expecting “at least 3,000 students” for the game and approximately 16,500 tickets had been sold through Monday.

Brendan F. Quinn

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alfrizzle097 writes:

show up to support them. their play has improved drastically of late and this would be a huge win. they've earned the support both in terms of quality of play and results.

brokebackvol writes:

You local VOLS need to show up tonight - this is gonna be worth staying up for tonight!

mocsandvolsfan writes:

It'd be great to fill it up with students tonight. Orange paint! posters, signs.ets. THE WAVE

Wish I could go. I'm an old fart but I would stand and yell!! I do sometimes stand and yell at the TV after all.

stevefrommemphis writes:

OK, I made it up there from Chattanooga for Kentucky and LSU, but this late start means I'll be watching at home. The locals from Knoxville are going to have to step up and fill up TBA tonight!

johnlg00 writes:

Great headline(;-[)! What are they talking about, pictures of tickets? Sure hope TBA is as full and rockin' as it ever gets. The Vols could use a little home-court energy to help them overcome the latent effects of Saturday's marathon.

Basketvol writes:

Come on people! Buy those tickets and show up tonight. I'll see you there!

mocsandvolsfan writes:

Game time Let's get going. GO VOLLLLSssss!!

mocsandvolsfan writes:

OK we win first half. I'll take it.

Scoon writes:

your vols are rocking....hope you 'beet' the coldbloods

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Orangeblood64 writes:

Great game. team coming together at the right time. Go Vols

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