Kansas State officials have announced that all public tickets have sold out the Sept. 15 game against North Texas, marking the the second game that has been announced as a sellout. This is the first time since 1999 that the team has sold out multiple games before the start of the season, with the season opener against Missouri State also having been announced as a sellout.
"Our fans continue to provide us forward momentum towards our goal of selling out all seven home games this season," Athletics Director John Currie said. "We are closing in on several additional sellouts and also encourage our fans to reserve their seats now for the Miami game on September 8, which will be among the nation's best matchups that day."
K-State finished the 2011 season 10-3 and earned a berth in the Cotton Bowl, losing to Arkansas 29-16. The team is entering the season ranked No. 22 in the AP Top 25 and No. 21 in the USA Today Poll.
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