Courtroom site of battle over UT football tickets

Updated: January 30, 2009, 7:37 PM ET
Associated Press

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- For years, generations of Thomas Luck's family supported the University of Tennessee and its endeavors. But on Friday, the Nashville lawyer squared off against his alma mater in a Nashville courtroom in a dispute over prime box seats at Neyland Stadium.

In a lawsuit, Luck wants the seating rights that were given to his father in 1961. The two box seats, which Luck says are the best in the stadium, are on the front row of the upper west deck near the 50-yard line.

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