It's a simple three step plan. First, allot all seats, except student seats, to the TAF. The TAF would then sell the tickets only to businesses, the biger the better. All checks for tickets would have to be from commercial checking accounts. Price the seats at least to the $100.00 level. Think about it. 91,000 tickets at $100 per. The businesses could give away the tickets to deserving clients, thereby making the cost of the tickets tax deductible. The next part of the plan is to eliminate all laws against scalping. That way any business that bought tickets would be able to sell them at what ever the market would bear if they wish to do that rather than giving them away. That way they can recoup loses from games that weren't interesting by charging more for the premium ones. Finally televise all games on pay-per view. That way people who don't have big business connections or big bucks for the premium games could see the games. Make the PPV cost attractive but not cheap, perhaps $30.00/$40.00 per game. The profits from that would also go to the TAF. Pretty soon the TAF would be rolling in money. It's really so simple. Man I'm glad I'm a genius.