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5 places to watch uconn

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  • 1. Photo Credit: Kimberly Murray
  • 2. Photo Credit: Kimberly Murray
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  • 6. Arguably the most famousbuilding on the UConncampus, Gampel has beenthe home to (W)NBAplayers, Hall of Famecoaches and many die hardfans. UConn Alumni TimothyMurray (’06) said that heremembers camping out toget tickets and before gamesjust so he could sit in the photo credit: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/dinur/4440308994/">Dinur</afront row to cheer on the > via <a href="http://photopin.com">photopin</a><a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/">cc</a>Huskies.
  • 7. Sport: FootballOpened: 2003Capacity: 40,000Tickets: Students-$7/game Public-Sold three years ata time, ranging from$1,260/seat-$108/seat.For Moreinformation visit:Football Tickets
  • 8. Photo Credit: Kimberly Murray
  • 9. Photo Credit (Above): Briana RagianiPhoto Credit (Left): Kimberly Murray
  • 10. Photo Credit: Kimberly Murray