that is all.
"What (Michigan coaches) told me is that they're focusing on point guards right now, but if anything opens up, they'll definitely come back on and recruit me as hard as they were," said Towns
Well they were part of the student football packages in March/April and you had an option to buy them then. I don't know if they will be on sale in the fall if they have already filled up the entire section.
IIRC, there wasn't even a discount for buying football and hockey season tix together, and not everyone (or their parents) can shell out that $400 at a minute's notice. Between this and the Big Chill seating, I'm not too pleased with the athletic dept's treatment of the hockey kids.
the handling of the ticketing for TBC was very confusing and unorganized for the students. I did not want football tickets (especially now that I'll be a Michigan Sports Marketing intern in the fall) along with my hockey tickets. I have a large group of friends who wanted to go but now those who don't want season hockey tickets are left in the dust for TBC.
I'm still going to get season hockey tix for my TBC ticket but it sucks that not all my friends can go. Money is tight and we all couldn't commit to both football and hockey tix.
And as for student hockey tickets, they go on sale as normal, which is September (IIRC)
There was the option to buy them with the football tickets this time, which I wasn't happy about them doing, although I did manage to pull it off. However, it was to my understanding that freshman and anyone who didn't buy them with football tickets would have the opportunity to do so in the fall like it is normally done. This is why there was a freeze on the Big Chill tickets at 100,098.
usually you'll get an email in early september about buying them