TCU Doesn’t Want BYU Fans to Take Over Amon G. Carter Stadium

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The highly anticipated matchup between the national runner-up TCU Horned Frogs and the BIG 12 newcomer BYU Cougars has TCU taking steps to ensure that their stadium remains a sea of purple for the game.

According to a report by the Deseret News, TCU is offering a unique ticketing option for their home games against in-state rival Texas and BYU. Dubbed the “Keep It Purple Plan,” this is the only option available for fans looking to purchase single-game tickets for these highly anticipated matchups.

As per TCU’s ticketing website, tickets purchased through this plan cannot be resold, which ensures that TCU fans have the upper hand in securing tickets. It’s a strategic move by the university, as BYU fans have a reputation for traveling well and showing up in droves to away games. According to former BYU offensive line coach and current Baylor coach Eric Mateos, this isn’t the first time the Horned Frogs have done this to fellow Big 12 fan bases.

However, BYU fans need not worry as the Cougar ticket office will also be selling tickets for their fans to attend the TCU game. The tickets will go on sale in May, giving BYU fans ample time to secure their seats for the highly anticipated matchup.

The game against TCU is sure to be a highlight of the season for both teams, and fans of both sides will be eagerly anticipating the matchup. With TCU’s “Keep It Purple Plan” in place, it will be interesting to see how many BYU fans are able to secure tickets to the game.

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