KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The Nov. 24 Kansas-Missouri game at
Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City is a sellout.
The Kansas City Chiefs said Thursday that no decision has been
made about making standing room tickets available.
The game time will be determined later.
The Chiefs announced in January that a deal had been reached for
the two old rivals to move their home games to Arrowhead. General
manager Carl Peterson said late Chiefs founder Lamar Hunt had urged
him for years to try to bring the game to Arrowhead.
The Jayhawks-Tigers game was staged in Kansas City 21 times from
1891 to 1945, but not since then. Efforts to move the game to
Arrowhead were met with resistance from Columbia and Lawrence
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