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Single-game Hawkeye football tickets available to general public

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The UI Athletics Ticket Office is accepting orders for a limited supply of single-game tickets for each of the seven home games of the 2011 University of Iowa football team.

Single-game tickets will be available for Iowa's non-conference games against Tennessee Tech (Sept. 3/Varsity Club Day), Pittsburgh (Sept. 17) and Louisiana-Monroe (Sept. 24), and Big Ten Conference opponents Northwestern (Oct. 15), Indiana (Oct. 22/Homecoming), Michigan (Nov. 5) and Michigan State (Nov. 12/Family Weekend and Senior Day). Inventory for the four home games against Big Ten opponents is extremely limited and includes primarily "singles" - single-seat locations scattered through the four grandstands of historic Kinnick Stadium.

Tickets can be purchased by telephone at 1-800 IA-HAWKS or online at hawkeyesports.com. The Athletic Ticket Office in Carver-Hawkeye Arena is also open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Beginning Wednesday, July 20, the UI Athletics Ticket Office will accept single-game ticket orders from all contributors to the National I-Club, all current-year season ticket holders, and the general public.

Single-game tickets cost $57 each for all three non-conference games, $65 for the Hawkeyes' league games against Northwestern, Indiana and Michigan State, and $70 for Iowa's date with Michigan. Tickets for use by boys and girls 18-years-old and younger priced at $25 are available for Iowa's season opener against Tennessee Tech and Louisiana-Monroe.

Discount-priced tickets are also available for select games when purchased for use by groups. For more information about group tickets, fans should call the UI Sports Marketing Office at (319) 335-9431 and ask to speak with Eric Heinkel, the UI's director of group sales.

If you have questions, contact the UI Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800 IA-HAWKS

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