ATLANTA (AP) — Starting price is $208 for Monday night’s Louisville-Michigan NCAA championship game tickets on Ticketstub.com.
A little rich for your blood? The Division II and Division III championship games are a budget-friendly alternative.
There was no charge for tickets for Sunday’s games at Philips Arena. That’s right, free.
Because no tickets were sold, there was no official attendance figure for Sunday’s D-3 game in which Amherst beat Mary Hardin-Baylor 87-70, but the main bottom bowl of the arena was at least three-quarters full. The upper-level seats were covered by a curtain, but even so it would have been a good draw for a typical NBA Atlanta Hawks game.
Metro State was to play Drury in the Division II game later Sunday afternoon.
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Tracking rain, ice and snow today and tonight!
Icy roads are likely this morning as freezing drizzle has tracked across Northeast Kansas, especially on Interstate 70.