Saturday's match against Big 12 between Oklahoma and Texas is officially sold, according to a conference announcement.
It's not a surprise if the demand for this game was strong – it will be the first time that Oklahoma and Texas have faced each other twice in the same season since 1903, and a match for a New Year's bowl game (and maybe even the playoffs) is up for grabs. The Longhorns won the duel in October 48-45.
Universities have only been allocated 8,000 seats each, which has had the effect of charging many fans and subscribers for the season.
Here is Kenny Mossman, Senior AD of Oklahoma for External Operations:
The increase in demand for banknotes due to a revenge on the rivalry is also felt on the secondary market. According to StubHub, ticket sales rose 160% over last year's match, which featured the Sooners and the TCU.
The coup de send is scheduled for 11 am on Saturday, December 1st.
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