From IU regarding Outback Bowl...

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We are excited to announce that IU Athletics has officially accepted an invitation from the Outback Bowl for Coach Tom Allen’s football team to compete against Ole Miss on Jan. 2 in Tampa, Fla. This is one of college football’s most prestigious postseason bowl games, and it is a well-deserved honor after our tremendous 2020 regular season.

Our excitement about the season and the bowl berth is only tempered by the reality that the ongoing pandemic will dramatically change the bowl experience and opportunities for our fans. Due to local restrictions, Raymond James Stadium will be operating at 20% capacity for the game. As a result, we have been allotted a very limited number of tickets, most of which are earmarked for the families of Hoosier players and coaching staff members.

If you’d like to attend the Outback Bowl on January 2, visit TicketMaster as the official site to purchase tickets. These tickets will not be managed by Indiana and are available on a first come, first serve basis. Additionally, in an effort to keep our fans safe and healthy, Indiana will not be arranging the traditional bowl travel packages for this year’s event.

We appreciate your understanding as well as your support of Indiana Football! We will continue to engage with you leading up to the Outback Bowl via email, on Bowl Central and on our various social media channels.

Go IU!

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We are excited to announce that IU Athletics has officially accepted an invitation from the Outback Bowl for Coach Tom Allen’s football team to compete against Ole Miss on Jan. 2 in Tampa, Fla. This is one of college football’s most prestigious postseason bowl games, and it is a well-deserved honor after our tremendous 2020 regular season.

Our excitement about the season and the bowl berth is only tempered by the reality that the ongoing pandemic will dramatically change the bowl experience and opportunities for our fans. Due to local restrictions, Raymond James Stadium will be operating at 20% capacity for the game. As a result, we have been allotted a very limited number of tickets, most of which are earmarked for the families of Hoosier players and coaching staff members.

If you’d like to attend the Outback Bowl on January 2, visit TicketMaster as the official site to purchase tickets. These tickets will not be managed by Indiana and are available on a first come, first serve basis. Additionally, in an effort to keep our fans safe and healthy, Indiana will not be arranging the traditional bowl travel packages for this year’s event.

We appreciate your understanding as well as your support of Indiana Football! We will continue to engage with you leading up to the Outback Bowl via email, on Bowl Central and on our various social media channels.

Go IU!

Your friends in the IU Varsity Club
makes sense. UF games are limited to 17k
 
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