LSU has only sold 6,000 tickets of their 12,000 bowl allotment for their New Year’s Day Outback Bowl game vs. the 8-4 Iowa Hawkeyes from the Big Ten to which Les Miles expressed some surprise and a little bit of disappointment if I’m reading between the lines.
Les on people who haven’t bought tickets: “You’re going to miss a heck of a game. I can’t imagine why anyone wouldn’t want to go.” #LSU
— Chandler Rome (@Rome_Chandler) December 17, 2013
Iowa has sold more than 10,000 of its 11,500 allotment, said Pam Finke, Iowa’s director of ticket operations. I can imagine the Tampa destination in the middle of another frigid winter in the Midwest would be a prime reason for Iowa fans to drive up ticket sales.
Meanwhile, LSU fans could be a bit disappointed in the Outback Bowl after having their sights on the Cotton Bowl in Arlington, Texas prior to bowl announcements.
“We’re trying to keep interest in it,” Brian Broussard, director of ticket operations at LSU. “It’s a great location. We went down on the site visit. It’s probably one of our better … I mean, it was 80 degrees. Everything is centrally located. We’re trying to make everyone aware.” [Source: The Advocate]
If you are interested in heading to the Outback Bowl to see the Tigers shoot for another 10-win season against Iowa you can find ticket information here and secure your spot in Raymond James Stadium and cheer on LSU.