December 1, 2006 - by
Seminoles Basketball Game Against Florida Sold Out

Dec. 1, 2006

TALLAHASSE, Fla. –
Florida State’s basketball game against Florida on Sunday, Dec, 3 at the Donald L. Tucker Center has been announced as a sell-out by Seminole Ticket Manager Patrick Martin. The game between the Seminoles and the Gators will be played at the 12,100-seat home of the Florida State basketball team.

A limited number of student tickets are available and can picked up Friday at the ticket office at Dick Howser Baseball Stadium between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. If any student tickets remain after Friday, they will be available for pickup at the Donald L. Tucker Center starting at 6 p.m. on Sunday.

Sunday’s game is the Seminoles’ first meeting at home with their rivals since the Seminoles defeated the Gators, 82-69, on Jan. 2, 2005.

The Tucker Center was last sold out on March 1, 2006 when Florida State defeated No. 1 ranked Duke 79-74. Duke was also the Seminoles opponent when the all-time attendance mark for basketball was set at the Tucker Center Jan. 30, 1992 with a crowd of 13,610. Of its Top 20 crowds at the Tucker Center, three have been recorded in games against Florida. The most recent sell-out crowd for a Florida game came on Nov. 30, 1990 with 13,116 people in attendance.

The Seminoles have a 2-1 record in their three home sell-outs against Florida.

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