WICHITA, Kan.-- With the Wichita State University men's basketball team remaining the last unbeaten team in major college basketball, the excitement can be seen and felt in Wichita.
"It's awesome that the whole city is behind them," said Peyton Randolph, who was shopping for a new Shockers t-shirt at the Rally House.
The Rally House has been busy this season and they are already selling Missouri Valley Champions shirts.
"It's been really, really great and as as an employee, it's been so fun to be there every step of the way," said Ashlee Barrientos, assistant manager.
Tickets are also selling fast.
About three weeks ago, all regular season tickets were sold out, and all 2,600 tickets for the Missouri Valley Tournament have also been sold out.
"It's great. We've been getting so many phone calls, and just filled up the seventh bus. So, we're very, very excited to take all those fans up there," said Rachael Hush, assistant director for alumni events.
Last year, the WSU Alumni Association took two buses with just over 100 people to Arch Madness. This year, they have filled up seven buses with more than 350 fans.
As for NCAA tournament tickets, they are only available to season ticket holders.