Well, okay, maybe the day that Fanatic tickets go on sale isn't the best day of the basketball calendar. I mean, there's the day practice starts, the day of the first game, all of Championship "Week," not to mention the NCAA tournament itself.
But it's a pretty great day, because we get to see this kind of enthusiasm from the student body getting ready to attend games in November:
Just pulled the trigger on Fanatics tickets for the 5th straight year. Is it Nov. 8th yet? #mubb— Sammy Draves (@DravesJD) September 24, 2014
Well, someone's fancy. Can't knock that hustle, though.
We can chalk that sale up to Wojo Mojo.
#MUBB tickets are purchased— tay ✨ (@tayleeezy) September 24, 2014
Beyond excited for #MUBB— Annie Detweiler (@anniedet) September 24, 2014
Does that mean you've gone to plaid?
I just wanna buy basketball tickets #MUBB— Katie Sims (@katie_sims22) September 24, 2014
Less talking, more buying! GO GO GO GO GO
the only consolation to this terrible terrible day is that i got my #mubb season tickets— Jeff (@jmp__99) September 24, 2014
That's the West Bend Silver Lining.
got my #mubb season tickets and am fully prepared to go to games alone. I refuse to miss games bc no one else is going— Jordan Schneider (@jdogmillionair3) September 24, 2014
Oh, trust me, there will be at least 15,000 of us there with you.
#mubb season tickets bought. Need the season to start stat so the shenanigans can begin.— Cesar Gomez (@Ceas_Gomez) September 24, 2014
If by "shenanignans," you mean "hassling every DePaul fan I can find," you don't need basketball games for that.
I hear all my friends are buying #mubb season tickets. And I'm just in D.C. sitting here.— Charlie Brault (@Chabraulter) September 25, 2014
Hey, Marquette visits Georgetown on January 6th, and I'm sure there will be lots of tickets available.
And last, but not least:
Hey, if you're going to be staying in the Milwaukee area, you can always get regular season tickets and join us jokers out in the regular seats.