Memorial Stadium Sold Out, Hosts Fourth-Largest Crowd in IU Football History

    Go Hoosiers! Today's game is sold out!
    Go Hoosiers!
    Today's game is sold out!
    Go Hoosiers!

    Oct. 2, 2010

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana University will boast a capacity crowd of 52,929 on hand for today's game against No. 19 Michigan, ranking as the fourth-largest crowd in school history. That attendance figure marks the highest attendance against an opponent other than Ohio State or Purdue in the history of Memorial Stadium. Saturday's game marks the first sellout at Memorial Stadium since the Old Oaken Bucket victory against Purdue in 2007, and is also the first since the expanded and enclosed North End Zone was constructed in 2009.

    "The response from our student body and the general public has been overwhelming," Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass said. "This record-setting crowd reflects that people are excited about the direction of our football program and enjoy the new game-day experience at Memorial Stadium. On behalf of the entire athletic department, I thank each and every fan for coming to today's game."




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