Texas Christian University football is hoping to bolster its home field advantage when Texas Tech comes to town Nov. 5, by forcing Red Raiders fans to buy multi-game packages if they want to attend the game.
TCU athletic director Jeremiah Donati confirmed the move when replying to a fan on Twitter who asked why the Texas Tech game specifically didn't sell single game tickets, but every other game did.
"Quite aware thanks. Expect it for hoops tickets too," Donati replied.
According to ESPN, which cited Front Office Sports, the decision will affect around 50,000 Texas Tech alumni in the Fort Worth area, and any other Red Raiders fans who want to travel to TCU.
TCU and Texas Tech have played each other every other year since 2012, and have faced each other 64 times total since 1926.