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Ole Miss’ opener against Florida State is a sellout

There are no more tickets.

No. 11 Ole Miss’ Labor Day showdown against No. 4 Florida State in Orlando has sold out, Florida Citrus Sports announced Friday. Because of the high demand, the organization has made a small number of standing room only tickets available in the North end zone of Camping World Stadium for Monday’s game (7 p.m. CT, ESPN).

Those tickets will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis on ticketmaster.com. The standing room only section will be located on the Camping World Fan Deck in the North end zone.

“The interest in this game has been extraordinary, and we’re excited to pack the house on Monday night,” Florida Citrus Sports Chief Executive Officer Steve Hogan said, according to a release. “Florida State and Ole Miss have put Orlando at the center of the national conversation leading up to Labor Day. We can’t wait to kick this game off in front of a capacity crowd and a national television audience on ESPN.”

Camping World Stadium, better known as the Citrus Bowl, has a capacity of more than 65,000 following the stadium’s recent reconstruction. Last season’s Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl between Florida and Michigan set the stadium’s post-reconstruction attendance record at 63,113.

Gates will open at 5 p.m. CT on Monday, and fans are encouraged to arrive early to help ease entry delays. For more information on stadium security and policies, click here or here.