Bryce Jordan Center Hits Capacity Before Final Four
The Bryce Jordan Center has hit capacity Sunday morning as we approach the minutes leading up to the Final Four, according to R&R committee members at Gates A and B.
If you’re hoping to check out home stretch, it looks like you’re out of luck this time around.
However, R&R’s account just tweet this minutes ago:
The Bryce Jordan Center is now open to all spectators! You may enter through Gate A or B after receiving a spectator wristband.
— THON Event Updates (@EventSafety_FTK) February 18, 2018
It first tweeted out that the Bryce Jordan Center reached capacity around 6:30 a.m., but committee members at Gates A and B did not confirm at that time that the arena was full.
So THON’s a confusing mess. What else is new?
Happy Final Four.
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