Stanford sells out of season tickets for 1st time
STANFORD, Calif. -- Stanford football has sold out of season tickets for the first time in school history.
Riding momentum from winning the Pac-12 Conference and Rose Bowl last season, Stanford announced Tuesday that it capped season tickets at a record 33,000 sold. The number of tickets taken rises to 38,000 when including the student section at 50,000-seat Stanford Stadium.
The school says a limited number of individual game tickets will go on sale Aug. 1.
The Cardinal beat Wisconsin 20-14 on Jan. 1 for the school's first Rose Bowl victory since 1972. Stanford is 24-2 at home over the last four seasons.
The Cardinal open this season at home against San Jose State on Sept. 7.
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