Marshall game is 52nd straight sellout for ODU football

oduThe ODU football game vs. Marshall is officially sold out, marking the 52nd straight sellout for ODU since restarting football in 2009. ODU takes on Marshall at 7 p.m. Saturday night. The game will be broadcast on the American Sports Network.

The Monarchs have sold out every game since 2009 and are 38-13 in those games, including a 3-0 mark this season. That is the 23rd best home stadium winning percentage in the country at .745.

The game will be broadcast by the American Sports Network. Fans can click here for TV clearances. Broadcast coverage of the game will begin at 6 p.m. on the ODU Sports Radio Networks and can be heard on ESPN Radio 94.1 in Hampton Roads, Sports FM 100.5 in Richmond and WLVA 94.1 and FOX Sports 580 in Lynchburg.

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