800 Jay fans plan to party in Garden
Members of the media walk across one of two bridges that span across the arena during a tour of the newly-renovated Madison Square Garden on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013, in New York. After three years and $1 billion, there’s no shortage of luxury suites and premium seating, most notably in two “bridges” that fly high above the seating bowl near the arena’s familiar wagon-wheel ceiling.
Posted: Thursday, October 24, 2013 12:00 am
The bandwagon might not be as full as in the past, but Creighton fans appear to be gearing up to follow the Bluejays to New York City next March.
The school has sold more than 800 all-session tickets in less than a week to the Big East tournament at Madison Square Garden. That's already allowed Creighton to exceed the league-mandated requirement that each of the 10 schools sell a minimum of 750 tickets by Nov. 1.
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