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This Was The Long Line For Tickets To See A High School Football Game At That $60 Million Stadium In Texas

Anyone wondering why Allen High School in the Dallas suburbs built a $60 million football stadium can find an answer in the photo to the right. Allen is playing host to defending state champ Southlake Carroll on Friday night in the stadium's first game, and this was the wait yesterday morning if you wanted a crack at any of Southlake Carroll's allotment of tickets.


The Dallas Morning News has reported that the 18,000-seat Eagle Stadium is nearly sold out, and it's not known whether standing-room only tickets will be made available. But somebody somewhere has got to be scalping something, right?

[Twitter/Prep Rally/Dallas Morning News]

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