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Ford Stadium sold out for SMU/Texas Tech game

Ford Stadium (Source: SMU) Ford Stadium (Source: SMU)

SMU has announced that their ticket office will be closed on game day, which is a historic first for the stadium.

The faceoff between SMU and Texas Tech is sold out. All reserved seats have been claimed as well as 3,000 GA/lawn passes.

Fans of both teams are urged to arrive early.

For more information about game day, including information on The Boulevard, Mustang Alley, parking details and a stadium map, visit

GAME NOTES: Texas Tech at SMU

Opponent: SMU Mustangs

Date/Time: Friday, August 30, 2013/7 p.m.

Location: Ford Stadium (32,000)

Radio: Texas Tech Sports Network from Learfield Sports, Brian Jensen (Play-by-Play/14th Season), John Harris (Analyst/31st Season), Chris Level (Sidelines/4th Season), Steve Pitts (Engineer/35th Season)

National Radio: None

Satellite Radio: XM Channel 190 (Texas Tech Broadcast)

Television: ESPN - Carter Blackburn (Play-by-Play), Danny Kanell (Analyst) and Allison Williams (Sideline)

On The Web: Live in-game statistics and other coverage can be found at

Rankings: Texas Tech: None/SMU: None

Head Coaches: Texas Tech: Kliff Kingsbury (Career: 0-0 in first season; At Texas Tech: 0-0 in first season)

SMU: June Jones (Career: 107-75-14 in 14 seasons; At SMU: 31-34 in 5 seasons)

Against SMU: Texas Tech is 32-16 all-time against SMU; Kingsbury is 0-0 all-time vs. SMU.


Texas Tech will kickoff its 89th season of football on Friday night at SMU in front of a national television audience on ESPN. The 89th season of Red Raider Football will feature a new look as Tech enters the season under the direction of former Red Raider Kliff Kingsbury, who was named head coach on Dec. 12, 2012. Friday's game will kickoff at 7 p.m. inside Ford Stadium on the SMU campus with a limited number of tickets available through the SMU Athletics Ticket Office, (214) 768-4263. The Texas Tech Sports Network will have the radio call live across 33 affiliates in Texas and Eastern New Mexico. In Dallas, the SMU-Tech game will be carried on KFXR 1190 AM and KSKY 660 AM. Brian Jensen (play-by-play), John Harris (analyst) and Chris Level (sideline) will have the call from Ford Stadium.

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