🏈 SOLD OUT: Kansas Football Announces Sellouts for Final Two Home Games
LAWRENCE, Kan. – The Kansas Jayhawks will play their final two home games in front of sold-out crowds at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.
Kansas Athletics announced Friday that both the Nov. 11 game vs. Texas Tech and the Nov. 18 game vs. Kansas State are both sold out. The pair of sellouts mark the third and fourth of the 2023 season and the sixth and seventh under head coach Lance Leipold. David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium will now be sold out in seven of 12 home games from 2022 to 2023.
Kickoff vs. Texas Tech is slated for 11 a.m. CT on FS1, as the 7-2 Jayhawks are off to their best start in the first nine games of its season since 2007, following a 28-21 victory over Iowa State on Nov. 4 in Ames, Iowa. The Jayhawks have now sold out each of the last four home games that begin at 11 a.m.
Kansas is 5-0 at home and have won nine of its last 11 games at home dating back to 2022. Kansas is one of 11 teams across the country to be 5-0 or better in their home stadium this season. The Jayhawks were victorious in each of their last two home sellouts, defeating No. 6 Oklahoma on Oct. 28, 38-33, and BYU on Sept. 23, 38-27.
Kansas’ matchup with Kansas State in the Dillons Sunflower Showdown will take place on Saturday, Nov. 18, which will serve as Senior Day for 19 Jayhawks. The game will also serve as the last to be played in David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium prior to construction to the transformational Gateway District, which begins in December. The game time will be announced following the conclusion of Saturday’s matchups.
Fans who purchased tickets for Saturday’s game are encouraged to download their mobile tickets prior to arriving to the stadium. Fans still looking to attend are encouraged to visit SeatGeek, the official secondary partner of Kansas Athletics.