Wednesday, May 28 2014, 05:52 PM EDT
Tickets For Mocs/Vols On Sale Monday
Toe doesn't meet leather until about three months from now, but one game in particular will draw a lot of attention around here.
The Chattanooga Mocs and Tennessee Vols square off in Neyland Stadium on October 11th in Knoxville.
Tickets from the Mocs allotment go on sale Monday.
This marks the first time the Mocs have been to Neyland in 45 years.
And it is also the Mocs third trip into an SEC stadium in the past six seasons.
Chattanooga football season ticket holders and Mocs Club members get first shot at tickets.
A link will be emailed to season ticket holders on Monday.
You can buy up to your season ticket total for the Tennessee game.
The tickets are $55 apiece and will be distributed in August..
If any tickets within the allotment are not sold, they will be available to the general public on July 1.
To find out more details about how to buy tickets, CLICK HERE.
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