For the first time in program history, the Buffs are sold out of season tickets. Capacity at Coors Events Center is 11,064, with 7,160 of those being season tickets.
"It's a huge milestone for our program," head coach Tad Boyle said. "It's something we're proud of and I'm very thankful for that our fans have responded the way they have to our team. It's something I never want to take for granted. We want to make sure that we're worthy of the support that we're getting, so it inspires me."
A limited number of single-game tickets will be available to the public, starting on Monday.
The Buffs Blast pre-sale will be on Monday. To sign up for Buffs Blast e-newsletter and be a part of the pre-sale process, visit CUBuffs.com. Whatever tickets are left will go on sale to the public on Tuesday, starting at 8 a.m.
Tickets for CU's two marquee games -- Dec. 7 vs. Kansas and Feb. 22 vs. Arizona -- will be handled differently. According to a press release from CU, "The pre-sale of any remaining single game tickets for these games is being offered via the process that is used for post-season tickets with access based on donor priority points. This process will be conducted through separate communication to eligible priority point groups while supplies last."
CU had a school-record seven sellouts last season and averaged 10,392 fans per game.
The Buffs will play a closed-door scrimmage at Boise State on Saturday. Per NCAA rules, scrimmages can be scheduled instead exhibition games. The scrimmage is closed to fans and media.