In his weekly Notes on a Scorecard column on gofrogs.com, Chris Del Conte stated that TCU has passed 20,000 season tickets sold for the first time in school history. That's a pretty impressive number for a school of less than 10,000 students, but let's be completely honest- it's also still a pretty modest number for a school that has finished in the Top 10 in each of the past three seasons.
The athletic department has pegged 25,000 as their official goal for season tickets this season, and we here at Spit Blood want to help them achieve that by cranking up the peer pressure via social media. So do us and the Frogs a favor by RSVP'ing to this facebook 'event' if you have or plan on purchasing season tickets...and then invite any of your friends that you think either have or should also buy season tickets:
TCU Football: 25,000 season tickets
Will this convince anyone out there to buy tickets? Who knows- but even if it's just one, that's one more Frog fan in the stands and one less fan for the opposing team. I'm guessing there are quite a few folks out there that don't realize that with a limited capacity of just 32,000 this year, that TCU football tickets will be a hotter commodity than ever on game days this year and especially as the Frogs make the move into the Big East next year. At the very least, it's a completely free way to contribute a little bit to the preseason buzz.