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RENO, Nev. (AP) — Nevada athletic director Doug Knuth says the Wolf Pack's Oct. 4 football game against Boise State at Mackay Stadium has sold out.
That includes 800 additional tickets for student standing room.
Knuth said Wednesday it's the first time Nevada has sold out a football game in advance since 2010, when the Wolf Pack ranked as high as No. 11th nationally. He said selling out 10 days before the game is good sign the community is truly backing the Pack.
Knuth said it is possible unused tickets distributed to the visiting team and others will be returned to the ticket office. Fans are encouraged to complete an online registration form to enter a ticket lottery for any that become available as of Oct. 1.
The site is www.nevadawolfpack.com
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