Got a question about UW Athletics?
As you might imagine, we get a lot of UW Athletics-related inquiries here at GoHuskies.com. So, we started a new Dawg Blawg feature to provide Husky fans answers to frequently asked questions. You can also submit a question by clicking here.
Here we go...
A: First off, you can find out more about CBS College Sports on their website here. As far as where to find it, CBS College Sports is available to nearly 9 out of 10 multichannel video households. Approximately 32 million subscribers subscribe to the channel. Major providers include: Cablevision, Charter Communications, Comcast Cable, Cox Communications, DIRECTV (channel 613), Dish Network (channel 152), Insight Communications, Mediacom, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon FIOS. Check your local listings for the channel in your area.
Q: I hear there is construction taking place in the Husky Stadium parking lot and there are some changes to football parking. Where can I find out more information? Does this have anything to do with Husky Stadium renovations?
A: Unfortunately, the construction project taking place on the south side of Husky Stadium has nothing to do with renovations. The parking lot, formerly known as E-11, is basically no longer there. A voter-approved project for Sound Transit to build a light rail station in that space began just after the first of the year and will take place for the next six years. There is extensive information on the project and some of the parking impacts for Husky football on a fairly new website the Tyee Club folks have put together. If you don't get your question answered on the website, you can always call the Tyee Club at (206) 543-2234.
Q: When do tickets go on sale for Husky football?
A: Season tickets are currently on sale and, in fact, the UW has processed nearly 1,800 new season ticket deposits for the upcoming year. Season tickets have also renewed around a 92 percent rate, which the ticket operations staff informs us is the best in the Pac-10. Season ticket renewals will conclude soon (the deadline was last month) and seats will be allocated before the spring game on April 30.
Single game tickets will go on sale Monday, July 26. Single game group tickets will go on sale May 10 (except for the Nebraska game). If you can't find the information you are looking for on GoHuskies.com, call the Husky Ticket Office at (206) 543-2200.
Q: When is the Spring Game?
A: The annual Spring Football Game will be played on Friday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. under the lights in Husky Stadium. The event is being billed as "Friday Night Lights" and will feature a special kids zone on the East Practice Field and a Select-A-Seat event for prospective season ticket holders. Admission is Free, but there will be a parking charge. Fans are encouraged to park in E-1 and walk to the game.
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