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A Techsan's Guide to the Game

Best Route To Travel To Campus

Fans planning to attend Saturday's game are advised to enter campus through the south-most entrances and avoid the areas directly around the stadium. Fans who have reserved parking passes issued by Texas Tech Athletics should follow the printed directions on the back of each parking pass.


Parking lots in and around Jones SBC Stadium are on a reserved basis only, and you must have a parking pass issued by Texas Tech Athletics to park in those lots. Free parking will be available in the lots just west of the United Spirit Arena and Citibus will provide shuttle service to Jones SBC Stadium for $2 per person. Parking lots located at businesses around the stadium are subject to the parking rules of each individual business. Dorm parking lots are not available as they are reserved on a 24 hour basis for the residents in each of the those buildings.

Ticket Sales and Will Call

Tickets for the North Carolina State game are still available by calling the Texas Tech Athletic Ticket Office at (806) 742-TECH. The ticket office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. Fans who have requested their tickets be left for pickup at Will Call on Saturday or who purchase their tickets beginning on Tuesday need to be advised that Will Call will open at 8 a.m. on Saturday morning. General Will Call is located in the Texas Tech Athletic Ticket Office (north end of Jones SBC Stadium). Fans are advised to pick up Will Call tickets early as lines get very long as kickoff approaches.

Will Call Gates

  • General Will Call is located at the ticket office (north end of Jones Stadium)
  • Media Will Call is located at Gate 1
  • N.C. State Will Call is located at Gate 3B
  • Texas Tech Will Call (sports other than football) is located at Gate 4C
  • Texas Tech FB Squad will call is located at Gate 4D
  • High school coaches pass gate is located at Gate 2

Gates to Jones SBC Stadium Open At 9:45 a.m.!

Fans are urged to enter the stadium early as lines will be long due to stadium construction.

Jones SBC Stadium Security

Security at Jones SBC Stadium has been increased for the 2002 season to make Red Raider football games a safe and enjoyable experience. The following is a list of guidelines to remember on gameday:

•No video cameras, long lens still cameras, electronic equipment cases, backpacks, knapsacks, large bags, banners, fireworks, umbrellas, strollers, tripods, camera cases, alcoholic beverages, coolers, cans, bottles, wine-skins, or foodstuffs may be carried into the stadium. Small American flags may be brought into the stadium only if they are NOT on a pole or small stick handle.

•All containers, including handbags and binocular cases, are subject to visual inspection. Patrons who refuse to allow visual inspection of contents will be denied entry to the stadium.

•Policy for stadium passouts remains the same, but patrons may not carry items into the stands upon reentry.

•Smoking is prohibited within the stadium. Those patrons wishing to smoke must exit the stadium through one of the main gates and receive a handstamp for reentry.

Red Raiders on the Air

Fans who plan on tailgating on Saturday afternoon can tune in their portable radios to the All Sports Radio Network on KKAM 1340 or FM 99.5. Countdown to Kickoff, hosted by Jack and Steve Dale will begin at 9:30 a.m. on KKAM and will lead up to the network pregame show that starts at 10:45. Following the All-Sports Radio Network coverage of the game, Red Raider Rewind will begin (approx. 3:30 p.m.) on KKAM. Red Raider Rewind is hosted by Jim G. and former Red Raider C.J. Johnson.

The game will also be broadcast nationally on Fox Sports Net.

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