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Standing-room tickets left for NDSU

For the fifth time in six games, North Dakota State will be selling standing-room only tickets. The Bison ticket office said only a few hundred remained for Saturday's 4:07 p.m. game against Illinois State.

For the fifth time in six games, North Dakota State will be selling standing-room only tickets. The Bison ticket office said only a few hundred remained for Saturday's 4:07 p.m. game against Illinois State.

All reserved seats have been sold at the Fargodome, which carries a capacity of 18,700.

About 4,000 seats are reserved for NDSU students, so a sell out will probably depend on their attendance.

NDSU, ranked sixth in Division I Football Championship Subdivision attendance at 18,148 per game, will set a school record in that category this year. The old mark of 16,377 was set last year.

Standing-room tickets left for NDSU Jeff Kolpack 20071102

Jeff would like to dispel the notion he was around when Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press, but he is on his third decade of reporting with Forum Communications. The son of a reporter and an English teacher, and the brother of a reporter, Jeff has worked at the Jamestown Sun, Bismarck Tribune and since 1990 The Forum, where he's covered North Dakota State athletics since 1995.
Jeff has covered all nine of NDSU's Division I FCS national football titles and has written three books: "Horns Up," "North Dakota Tough" and "Covid Kids." He is the radio host of "The Golf Show with Jeff Kolpack" April through August.
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