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12/5/05

Hype Begins for Cotton Bowl!

Excitement is building and most Tech fans predict the Red Raiders will harvest a win in the Cotton Bowl. If you want to see Tech play the Crimson Tide it may cost you a pretty penny on-line. Texas Tech is predicting very few, if any, of it's $80 tickets will be for sale to the general public. First dibs go to season ticket holders and Red Raider Club members. Tech also provides tickets to players, their family members and band members.

About 1,250 tickets will be sold to students. Craig Wells, TTU Associate Athletic Director, explains, "They go on sale Thursday to student Red Raider Club members and Friday to the general student population at a limit two per person."

Students can purchase tickets at the Tech ticket office. Or call (806) 742-TECH. If any Tech tickets are made available to the public, they will go on sale December 12th.

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