Jeremiah Donati, TCU’s ticket office are freeing tickets from the bonds of brokers

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Students rush the field after TCU’s 30-28 win over Baylor in 2021 (TCU athletics/Gregg Ellman).


By Jamie Plunkett
Frogs Today staff writer


It’s a question TCU fans have been asking for a handful of years now, as more and more opposing fans make their way into sections typically reserved for season ticket holders.

“I saw a lot of people in red and blue down lower than what they should have been,” former TCU head coach Gary Patterson said after TCU’s 41-38 loss to SMU in 2019.

The Frogs had lost to the Mustangs for just the second time in more than a decade and had done so as SMU fans infiltrated the season-ticket sections of Amon G. Carter stadium.

“So, I asked that question, ‘How they got there?’”

But fans, and Patterson, weren’t the only ones to notice.

Enter Jeremiah Donati.

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