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Tennessee issues policy curbing resale of tickets

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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Anyone with spare Tennessee football and basketball tickets won't be able to sell them in front of Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling Arena in the hours leading up to the games.

The university instituted a policy Thursday banning commercial solicitations in front of Neyland Stadium and Thompson-Boling Arena, from four hours before the start of an event up until its conclusion. The solicitation ban includes the resale of tickets to games, concerts and other campus events.

For football games, the ban will exist in the stadium's Gate 21 Plaza and along the east side of Phillip Fulmer Way from Middle Way Drive to Gate 10. For basketball games, the prohibition will be in effect along Phillip Fulmer way from Tee Martin Drive to Lake Loudoun Boulevard in front of the arena.

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