LAWRENCE, Kan. - Some students at the University of Kansas are punting away their remaining tickets for home games.
They are posting the tickets on a private Facebook group called “Free and For Sale”.
According to The University Daily Kansan, dozens of students who post every day are selling their student tickets for as little as $5 or just giving them away.
The Jayhawks have lost six straight games since winning their season opener against South Dakota State back on Sept. 1.
Since 2010, KU has a 6-25 record on the field.
The students bought their tickets as part of a special combo package that cost $150. It includes tickets for home games in both football and basketball.
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