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K-State Football Continues To Sell Out Games

For the first time in the history of Kansas St. Wildcats football, the program has sold out three football games before the season has even begun.

The Kansas State athletic department announced Sunday all public tickets for the Wildcats' Nov. 3, 2012, game against the Oklahoma St. Cowboys have been sold, making it the Wildcats' 11th sellout since 2009.

The last time that the program sold out more than one game in a season was 1999. That year, Kansas State recorded two sellouts.

In addition to the Oklahoma State game, the Sept. 1 home opener against the Missouri St. Bears and the Sept. 15 game against the North Texas Mean Green are also sold out. The athletic department also reported that tickets are limited for remaining home games against the Miami Hurricanes on Sept. 8, the Kansas Jayhawks on Oct. 6, the Texas Tech Red Raiders on Oct. 27 and the Texas Longhorns on Dec. 1.

Kansas State, ranked No. 22 in the nation to start the season, finished 10-3 in 2011.

For more on Wildcats football, visit K-State blog Bring On The Cats.