Caught a little of Drew Deener’s Sunday morning call-in show on WHAS this morning, and the subject came up of the surprisingly large number of Kentucky fans sitting in the lower bowl of KFC Yum Center on Friday.
Deener said that he knew for a fact that Louisville officials were upset about blue-clad patrons sitting in prime seats, to the point where U of L personnel were taking pictures of sections presumably to try and find who might have been selling those seats to Kentucky fans.
A caller said he knew that schools are allowed to revoke season tickets, and wondered if that would be done in this case.
That brings up the question: Should a school be allowed to deny tickets to fans who are selling them to opposing fans? What do you think?