Donate your New Orleans Bowl tickets to the Marshall Faulk Foundation

Like a lot of San Diego State fans, I’m not able to attend this years bowl game in New Orleans. Besides having plans for December 17th already it would have cost more than $1000 to attend. (airfare, hotels, tickets, food, etc.)

That’s why I was thrilled to see that the SDSU ticket office has made it possible for season ticket holders and the general public to buy tickets for the game and donate them to a deserving child* in New Orleans through the Marshall Faulk Foundation. (see above)

As a fan and supporter of Aztecs sports I wanted to partner with SDSU in selling their allotment of 9500 tickets. I’ve donated my ticket allotment to the Marshall Faulk Foundation and I am encouraging all fellow season ticket holders, Aztec Club members, alumni, and fans of the Aztecs to do the same.

Here’s the link to buy tickets to sponsor a child

Note: *To comply with NCAA rules on recruiting the ticket office has made it clear that tickets donated to the Marshall Faulk Foundation will not go to high school students. (Hence the works “child” and not “youth.”)





2 responses to “Donate your New Orleans Bowl tickets to the Marshall Faulk Foundation”

  1. Joshua Carriere Avatar

    I’m a Cajun fan from south Louisiana going to the bowl. I found out about this on a Cajun athletics message board I’m a part of. This is really awesome thing SDSU’s doing. It’s ALWAYS awesome to see universities to great things. Congrats on the bowl bid and good luck!

    1. Adam McLane Avatar

      THanks for the comment. With all that the athletic dept has going (bowl preps plus the football Big East announcement plus the rest of sports moving to a new conference) I don’t know that they’ll promote it too much. But I know that fans who aren’t able to swing the last minute travel are happy to partner with the MF Foundation. He’s done so much to make us look good, this is a small gesture of appreciation which will hopefully make him look good. 

      Hoping for a great game!

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