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Ticket prices range from $10 (from other students) to $50 (for better tickets).
Tickets for students can start anywhere from free, like some of the football games this year, to 90-100 dollars if you buy a season pass for a sport like football.
They are very cheap. Probably ten dollars at most for all of them. Plus, students are always selling them so it is really easy to get tickets to sporting events going on.
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Written by Vishakha Mathur
Golden Gopher sports have a huge following of not only current students and alumni, but also those who have never attended a single class at the University of Minnesota. As a Big 10 school, there is a lot of media coverage of U of M teams. Being a D-I rival really adds to the competitiveness of the players, too. Even the non-rated teams and intramural sports are very popular, and students are mostly supportive of the sports programs. Sporting events provide students with an opportunity to rally behind a cause and show their school spirit.
As a “winter” state, Minnesotans love hockey. Having the Gopher men's hockey team go to the NCAA national finals in recent years has certainly increased student enthusiasm. Despite the decline in the performance of many popular sports like football, students still attend the games because they want to support their team; plus, they enjoy tailgating and being a part of the student body. Intramural and club sports also have the support of the students. There are many people who take advantage of these recreational teams and play a sport for the love of it instead of in the competitive spirit. The sporting facilities are great. The U of M has various athletic fields for many sports. Students support the Gophers and enjoy being part of the team—because fans are as important as the players.
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