As expected, the Seattle game — thanks to the 24-hour extension — has officially sold out, meaning it will be broadcast on local TV (Fox). As usual, there remain some scattered tickets available, so just because the sellout is official doesn’t mean it isn’t too late to attend the game if you want.
Speaking of the game, two key elements to remember Sunday. Don’t forget NASCAR’s fall foray into the Valley is this weekend, with their big race Sunday at Phoenix International Raceway just about the same time as the Cards’ game. As a result, the race day will end about 5 p.m. in the West Valley and alternate routes should be considered if you live in the East Valley and use I-10 to get home. Fans can call 511 to get the latest traffic updates from the Department of Transportation.
Also, the annual food drive put on jointly by the Cards and Gila River, so volunteers will be at the game collecting non-perishable food items (and/or money) for St. Mary’s Food Bank to help the less fortunate here during the holidays.
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