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May 15th, 2008
Texas State puts football season tickets on sale

From Texas State Sports Information

The Texas State Athletics Department has announced that season tickets for six Texas State football games are on sale at the Bobcat Ticket Office inside Strahan Coliseum.

The 2008 season begins Aug. 30 against Angelo State and includes three non-conference games and three games versus Southland Conference opponents.

After their season-opener against Angelo State, the Bobcats play two other non-conference home games against Southern Utah on Sept. 29 and Texas Southern on Oct. 4. All three of the non-conference games are scheduled to kick off at 6 p.m.

Texas State also plays three afternoon home games that are scheduled to kick off at 3 p.m. against Southland Conference opponents this season. The Bobcats begin their SLC home slate with their annual Homecoming game against Central Arkansas on Oct. 18. Texas State also plays league home games against Northwestern State on Nov. 1 and against Nicholls State on Nov. 15.

Bobcat fans can purchase seats to the six-game home schedule at Bobcat Stadium for as little as $72 for adult general admission tickets and $60 for youth tickets. Adult reserved seats are available for $90. In addition, Texas State is encouraging local families to purchase Family 4 packages that include two adult and two youth tickets for just $274.

Texas State faculty and staff can purchase reserved seats for $84, and groups of 10 or more can purchase tickets for $81 each.

Fans can purchase their 2008 football season tickets by calling the Texas State Athletics Ticket Office at (512) 245-2272 during normal business hours, or logging on to http://txstatebobcats.com/tickets. The deadline for 2007 season ticket holders to renew their seats is June 30, 2008.

Bobcat fans also can purchase tickets to Texas State’s road game at Southern Methodist on Sept. 6 through the Texas State Athletics Ticket Office for $10 and sit with other Bobcat fans in Dallas.

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