Fans Encouraged To Use Print At Home Option To Save Time On Saturday

Nov. 30, 2010

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By Leigh Torbin

ORLANDO, Fla. (UCFAthletics.com) - With thousands of single game ticket purchases for Saturday's Conference USA Championship Game all ready placed, increased ticket window traffic is expected at the Bright House Networks Stadium will call lines. UCF Athletics is encouraging its fans to print their tickets at home in advance and avoid delays entering the stadium.

Tickets can also picked up in person at the UCF Athletics ticket office at Bright House Networks Stadium, which is open for extended hours this week from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. today through Friday. Fans can also pick up their tickets beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday at the will call tent on IOA Plaza.

To print your tickets at home:

1. Login to your account at UCFAthletics.com using your personal account information. Call (407) 823-1000 if you need your login information sent to you.

2. Select "Manage My Tickets" under My Upcoming Events for the 2010 C-USA Championship.

3. Select the seats you wish to print and then click the print button. Please note you can only print 1 order of seats at a time, if you have multiple blocks of seats, you will need to print each block separately.

4. On the next screen confirm the seats to be printed by selecting the print button. You will then be prompted to download a .pdf of your tickets to be printed.

If you have any problems printing your tickets, please contact the Athletics Ticket Office at (407) 823-1000 for assistance during this week's extended business hours from 8 a.m. until 7 p.m. any tickets not printed or picked up this week will be available for pick up beginning at 8am on Saturday, Dec. 4.

The Knights are ranked No. 25 in this week's USA Today Coaches Poll on the strength of a 9-3 record in 2010 and 7-1 mark in C-USA play. In addition to a team which tops C-USA in four of the five major defensive categories (rushing, scoring, total and passing efficiency defense), the Knights have excelled as individuals as well. True freshman quarterback Jeff Godfrey stands eighth in the nation with his 164.79 efficiency rating and stands in the company of America's elite signal callers in this regard. Quincy McDuffie is third nationally in kickoff returns and, on the heels of a strong showing at Memphis, Josh Robinson has moved up to fifth nationally in punt returns.