While things normally slow down a bit on college campuses during the summer, that’s not the case at the University of Iowa football office. Ticket Manager Dave Sandstrum says they’ve stopped selling single game tickets for the Iowa State and Ohio State contests in Kinnick Stadium.He says ticket demand has gotten to the point where the games are almost a sellout and he says he wants to have enough tickets for season ticket holders. He says they might reopen ticket sales for the two games, but he doubts it for the Iowa State game. Iowa’s four other home games are against Kent State,Michigan State, Purdue and Wisconsin.He says the other games are ahead of pace compared to last year’s sales, and he says if they continue on the same pace, they’ll sell out. Sandstrum says ticket sales are good across the board.He says student sales are up, public sales are up seven percent over last year’s total. He says season ticket sales are up too. The Hawkeyes open their home season September 4th against Kent State and host Iowa State the following week.
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