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Miami-Florida State Single Game Tickets Sold Out

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If you were hoping to be at Doak Campbell Stadium for November 2nd's annual Miami-FSU game and haven't gotten tickets yet, you might be in trouble. Single game tickets for one of college football's biggest rivalries have sold out well in advance of the matchup.

The Hurricanes cracked the top ten of the polls last weekend and are set to take on UNC tomorrow night in Chapel Hill. Meanwhile Florida State cracked the top five last weekend and will face the third-ranked Clemson Tigers on Saturday.

If the two teams can survive -- and FSU gets its revenge agaisnt NC State the following weekend -- it will set up another top ten ACC clash between unbeatens. It will also mark a return to form for the rivalry as the game will have national title implications for the first time in years. 

Not surprisingly single game went quickly. The only remaining tickets available for the matchup with the Hurricanes are a $196 three-game ticket package and the prorated season ticket package, which includes the final four home games.

 

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