Max Browne becomes a record setter in the state of Washington on this weekend.
Priority Deadline for Bowl Tickets Announced
Patrons who have yet to take advantage of their priority status to purchase bowl tickets must do so through the bowl application received online. Fans experiencing trouble completing the online application or if an e-mail confirmation was not received after completing the process, prospective ticket buyers are asked to contact the Oregon Athletics Ticket Office at 541-346-4461 or 1-800-WEBFOOT.
Tickets for the general public will range from $144 to $268 each, depending on the availability following the priority deadline at 5 p.m. Monday. Remaining tickets may be purchased online through the school's official Athletic Department website at www.goducks.com/tickets.
All tickets must be secured via a credit card (Visa or MasterCard) and will be shipped through second-day UPS delivery later this month.
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