U-M game against Notre Dame a hot ticket

Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon wishes he had 50,000 more tickets to sell for the first game under the lights at the Big House. Brandon says he has never seen anything like the demand for the prime-time game against Notre Dame on Saturday night. Michigan Stadium's official capacity is 109,901. It set an NCAA regular-season attendance record with 113,090 last year against Connecticut. Tickets were available still available Tuesday morning, with an online vendor selling them from $219 to $3,500 each.
AP Wire
Sep 6, 2011

Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon wishes he had 50,000 more tickets to sell for the first game under the lights at the Big House.

Brandon says he has never seen anything like the demand for the prime-time game against Notre Dame on Saturday night.

Michigan Stadium’s official capacity is 109,901. It set an NCAA regular-season attendance record with 113,090 last year against Connecticut.

Tickets were available still available Tuesday morning, with an online vendor selling them from $219 to $3,500 each.

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