Head coach Justin Fuente has opened the first two practices to Tiger fans. The open practices on Wednesday, Feb. 22, and Friday, Feb. 24, will begin at approximately 4 p.m.
Fans are asked to park in the paved lots directly behind FedExPark, and are asked to not park on the drive leading to the fields as that is designated as an emergency vehicle lane.
Tiger fans are asked to not stand in the area between the fields during practice for safety reasons. If weather forces the Tigers to the turf field, fans should park in the paved lot behind FedExPark closest to the leftfield line and walk through the baseball entrance, through the turfroom and out to the field from the door between the two weight rooms. There will be Tiger baseball games beginning at 4 p.m. on both Wednesday and Friday, and Tiger fans are invited to stop on over at FedExPark and catch a few innings of baseball. There will be no admission charge for baseball on those two days.
Those attending football practice on the two open days are asked to not take any photographs or videos during practice.
Practice updates, as well as video interviews with select players and Coach Fuente, will be posted on GoTigersGo.com throughout the spring. Many of the updates will be posted on this Spring Football Blog.
The Blue-Gray Game, which is free and open to the public, is slated for 12 p.m., on Saturday, March 31, at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium.
Season ticket prices have been lowered for the 2012 season, and just $55 will cover a ticket in the Fun Zone seats for all six home games. Prime seats are available at just $150 for all six games. The tickets can be purchased online by CLICKING HERE, or by contacting the U of M Ticket Office at 901-678-2331.
Other options available for the 2012 season are box seats for $250 and Stadium Club seating for $600. U of M faculty and staff are provided tickets for $75 for the entire season.