Senior running back Charles Sims
March 26, 2013
HOUSTON - As the University of Houston Football program continues its spring workouts, fans are asked for their patience as they prepare to renew their season tickets.
With the demolition of Robertson Stadium and the on-going construction of the new Houston Football Stadium, administrators are finalizing plans for the Cougars' home venue during the 2013 season. An announcement for Houston's home site will be made by mid-April. Fans should stay tuned to UHCougars.com and Houston Athletics' social media sites for the latest information.
Potential scheduling conflicts are being reviewed where the Cougars will play home games this fall. Although administrators do not anticipate it happening, these conflicts could force Houston Football to use multiple venues for home games. Playing at multiple venues would likely impact seating options as well as season-ticket pricing available for all season-ticket holders.
Representatives from the Houston Athletics Ticket Office expect to have renewals out in mid-April. The renewal deadline for season tickets will be in mid-May. As in previous years, season-ticket holders have the option to make payments over a three-month period.
"As our fans look forward to the 2013 season, we anticipate they will receive their season-ticket renewal forms in mid-to-late April," Vice President for Intercollegiate Athletics Mack Rhoades said. "We appreciate everyone's patience as we work through the process of playing off campus and waiting for the release of the NFL schedule."
FOOTBALL SEASON TICKETS & PARKING
Fans can place their season-ticket deposits now for only $75. That per-seat deposit puts fans in line for the best available season-ticket location after the season-ticket renewal in the spring.
To purchase season tickets, fans can call 713-GO-COOGS (462-6647) or 877-COUGAR-5 (268-4275) or visit the Athletics Ticket Office, located on the first floor of the Athletics/Alumni Center from 8 a.m., to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Fans can place their Houston Football season-ticket deposits tickets 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by clicking here.
To secure parking spaces and to support student-athlete scholarships through Cougar Pride for the upcoming season, fans should contact the Cougar Pride Office at 713-743-GOUH or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Fans also can visit UHCougars.com and click the Cougar Pride tab for more information or click here.
The Cougars opened the spring football season on March 4. Houston will work through 15 practices, culminating with the annual Spring Game at 7 p.m., Friday, April 12.
Houston returns 97.5 percent of its 1,814 rushing yards from 2012, 75.3 percent of its 3,936 passing yards and 89.2 percent of its receiving yards from last season. Defensively the Cougars return 54.8 percent of its 1,137 tackles and 57.9 percent of its 19 interceptions in 2012.
Levine added four new members to his staff this offseason in offensive coordinator Doug Meacham, defensive coordinator David Gibbs and assistant coaches Glen Elarbee (offensive line) and Vernon Hargreaves (linebackers). In addition, Travis Bush was promoted to assistant head coach and co-offensive coordinator.