USF has put its 2008 football season tickets on sale, and it will cost more to see the Bulls this fall. All season ticket prices were increased by at least $3 per game - less than a 10 percent increase for the most expensive tickets, as much as 21.7 percent more in a few sections. Home games are against Big East teams Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Syracuse and Connecticut and nonconference opponents Kansas and Tennessee-Martin. USF is shifting the largest student section in the Big East, adding lower sections to put 2,000 more students in the lower level. Three sections are earmarked for a family plan that gives two adult and two child season tickets for $350. Single-game tickets go on sale Aug. 1. Call toll-free 1-800-462-8557.
Greg Auman,Times staff writer
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Spurned $21-million sound good now?
Former NBA star Latrell Sprewell's home is up for foreclosure and his yacht sold at auction to help pay off $1.3-million he owes on the boat, according to court filings. Sprewell, 37, who once turned down a three-year, $21-million contract extension saying, "I've got my family to feed," has apparently fallen on tough times. A bank filed a foreclosure suit last week in Milwaukee County for his $405,000 home, saying Sprewell owed $295,138 in outstanding payments and interest. Sprewell and one of his attorneys could not be reached for comment.
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