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10/25/09

Texas Tech and A&M game largest attendance record at the Jones

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Attendance at Saturday's Texas Tech football game against A&M was the largest in school history with 57,733 in attendance, but it wasn't because the game was sold out.

It was because of that expansion of six thousand seats. With enrollment numbers increasing every year, could Tech students see a larger student section next year? Well, Dave Welsh with the ticket office says it's a concern that will be addressed before the 2010 season. There are only two home games left this season and tickets are going fast.

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10/24/09

Tech fans cheer new seating at Jones AT&T Stadium Video included

Everyone has been anticipating the Tech vs. A&M game all week.  Students camped outside waiting to get the chance, to be one of the first, into the stadium to watch the game. NewsChannel 11's Kensey Curtis has more.
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